It should have been deployed on Netlify, but I can't see it.

Asked 2 months ago, Updated 2 months ago, 4 views

I am studying while reading the book "Introduction to IoT Starting with M5 Stack & M5 StickC".

In the middle of the book, I tried it on a trial basis because it was compiled by building with Visual Studio Code and dragging and dropping the dist folder into Netlify, and the website started up.

I thought the URL was created and completed successfully, but when I accessed it from my browser,
The connection to this site is not secure and cannot be viewed.
Also, if you did npm run save before building with VS Code, it was confirmed that the display could be successful in the local environment.

I looked up how to deal with this kind of situation online, but I'm in trouble because it didn't hit a big hit.
I'm very sorry, but could someone tell me?
Thank you for your cooperation.

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2022-09-30 14:05

1 Answers

If the destination URL is http:// instead of "HTTPS", the latest browser may consider it an "unprotected site" and block it for safety reasons.

Understand the risks and proceed to the appropriate site from the browser warning screen (not generally recommended),
In the case of Netlify, there seems to be a way to SSLize it.

reference:
How to SSL a site that you publish on Netify

Settings in Netlify Administration Screen

  • Log in to Netlify and click HTTPS from "Domain management".
  • Click "Verify DNS configuration" in HTTPS.


2022-09-30 14:05

If you have any answers or tips


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