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Hi! You can verify whether or not it is related to authentication by looking at the Network tab in your browser’s developer console. If it gives a 403 error when you click the link, it’s authentication. Check that the page settings are still correct also just in case :thinking:

EDIT: If you are having trouble with navigation flows in 4.7.X preview, there’s a bug where they don’t work if native navigation is disabled. This will be fixed in the next runtime version. In the meanwhile you can continue development by enabling the native navigation.

Hi, @Kirill_Leventcov I’ve successfully deployed my app to github but when I try to open the link it’s just a blank page. what should i do?
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Hi @di.invait,

The .nojekyll file shouldn’t end in .txt. Remove that extension, redeploy and it should work.

Hi @Kirill_Leventcov thanks for your response.
Would you please show how to remove the .txt extension. I also thought there should be no .txt but I named the file .nojekyll and I tried adding it to the repo but it always failed “don’t match any file”.
I also try to rename to .nojekyll. as you recommand at the previous coment, the file can be added but change to .nojekyll…txt(double dot) automatically

While on GitHub, click “Add file” → “Create new file”:


Add .nojekyll as the name and commit the file:

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Thank you very much, from your guide i just renamed the .nojekyll.txt to be .nojekyll and then commit. Now that file updated and my app can ba access perfectly. Thanks again @Kirill_Leventcov fir your help👍

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Hi, @Mevi. Have the same issue. My code is builded with 4.6.36. Could you explain how native navigation could be enabled/disabled ?
Thanks, Yury.