Hi! I did my project in VSCode with different folders and I would like to upload it. Can I do that or do I have to put it in CodePen? Thanks!
You can create a repository on Github for your project and upload your files there. I’ve had trouble getting FCC to read Github directly, so I imported the repository into Glitch and used that URL for the tests.
You need to have a live version of your project online. CodePen is one of the easiest ways to do that, but there are other options.
@nhcarrigan thank you very much for your answer!
I tried doing that and it didn’t work. I couldn’t see my page in Glitch after importing it from GitHub. Do you know any other page I can use?
@ArielLeslie I tried to replicate my code in CodePen but I couldn’t make it work…
Once you’ve imported the GitHub repo into Glitch, you should see a screen that looks like this. If you click
Show, you should have the option to see your page in a new tab, or in a window pane.
Thank you for your quick answer.
When I do that it’s forever “starting”, and I can never see it. Maybe it’s a problem with my browser? I’ll send you the link:
Edit: Now it says:
"failed to start application on stitch-half-diagram.glitch.me
This is most likely because your project has a code error.
Check your project logs, fix the error and try again. "
But the same code works perfectly fine in VSCode.
I would check the project logs - I’m not able to view them as it’s not my project.
I checked the project logs and this is what I got:
ℹ ｢wds｣: webpack output is served from ℹ ｢wds｣: Content not from webpack is served from /app/public ℹ ｢wds｣: 404s will fallback to / Starting the development server...
And the development server never starts. Do you know why that might be?
I’m not entirely sure, but I’m guessing it’s similar to this issue?
I think it was. I raised my hand on Glitch and someone fixed it, I have no idea how. Thank you very much for your help!