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I recently deployed our Docusaurus site for the first time and I am running into a weird issue with routing.
Every page in the /docs folder will briefly render the 404.html page when hitting the page directly. However, if I click around in sidebar the pages render properly.
This only happens in the /docs folder. If I click on the home page link I do not see the 404.
I cannot replicate this issue locally. I have tried both
yarn start and
yarn build/serve and in both cases the app works fine. I do not see any 404s, console errors, etc. The response payload of the 404 is the OOTB Docusaurus page, I have not done any customization to it or how its handled.
Attached is a gif showing the behavior and a screen shot showing that the browser is seeing a hard 404 in my non-localhost environment.
And here's my config file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 20:20
I figured it out. It wasn't a Docusaurus problem. The problem was a configuration issue in our CloudFront infrastructure.
I have a Docusaurus 2 (using version
2.0.0-beta.9) app where I'm using msw to write a few tests. The tests work fine the problem is that when running
npm start (which runs
docusaurus start), I'm seeing docusaurus trying to resolve msw dependencies, which does not make sense given I'm only referring to this dependency from test files. Is it possible to exclude the
msw dev dependency to be processed by the underlying webpack config own by docusaurus?
Here are the logs...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-09 at 15:40
I recommend checking that you don't import
msw in your main Docusaurus code. This is relevant only if you're using MSW for mocking in the browser. Nevertheless, a quick Cmd+F in a project's source files should be enough.
If you feel that your test files are processed by Docusaurus build, still check for suspicious imports. That
@mswjs/interceptors dependency import does appear from somewhere, so it's likely that there's a code that imports either
msw/node or some other module that does. Keep an eye on the imports especially if you're using a custom module structure to enable mocks (i.e. a single
mocks/index.js file that returns the correct
setupServer based on the importee's environment).
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-24 at 00:55
@docusaurus, etc aren't actual paths. They are webpack aliases. To prevent ESLint from tripping up on those, you could ignore those in the ESLint settings
I am using Docusaurus to build a documentation site. In one of the react plugin page, I am using
import Layout from '@theme/Layout'; from https://docusaurus.io/docs/using-themes
However, the module cannot be picked up by Jest when I write tests for production....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-09 at 16:48
I just mock Layout using an empty component since Layout is from docusaurus which doesn't need tests for my project.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-03 at 11:32
docusaurus.config.js, you need to add the parameter
hideableSidebar: true, in the
I'm currently getting started with Docusaurus. I know that I can write custom components using mdx files (https://docusaurus.io/docs/markdown-features/react), but is it possible to install a React NPM package and use its components?
I tried this with ChakraUI:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 09:19
Fixed, I just had to create a Root component (https://docusaurus.io/docs/using-themes#wrapper-your-site-with-root) and wrap it with ChakraProvider
I'm using Docusaurus to publish documentation for an open source library's API. The headings of my source markdown files correspond to the names of methods and properties for classes in the library. This all works fine.
However, the anchors that are created in the HTML are all lowercase. I want them to respect the capitalization used in the markdown file.
For example, this markdown header:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 13:55
Inside your project, navigate to the directory
node_modules > github-slugger;
Remove the line
if (!maintainCase) string = string.toLowerCase()
The function will become something like this:
Using Docusaurus for help documentation. I can include images, gifs, and reference a youtube video (use iframe). But it is not clear to me how to include a video in a markdown file.
I am expecting the video to be in my repo (i.e. src="./assets/my-video.mp4" type=video/mp4").
There has been discussion on this issue, but I have not been able to find a simple example referencing a video....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-23 at 13:51
You need to install the
react-player, create a file with
.mdx extension and add the video.
1) Install the
npm install react-player
2) In your file, for example
Intro.mdx, insert at the top (bellow the
--- if present):
A Docusaurus documentation website: https://slovakia-atmo-plan.marvintest.vito.be/docs/ is rendered in Docs only mode.
The Algolia Docsearch scraper is not scraping root level pages, instead it logs
Ignored: from start url. This issue only seems to arise when the Docusaurus build is nested under
Why is this being ignored? This is my docsearch config:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 17:22
docusaurus.config.js you should set the
url parameter with the actual website where you will be hosting your docs. Something like:
When I type in
yarn start in
myproject.github.io/websites I get this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-12 at 11:19
yarn add docusaurus --dev instead of
yarn global add docusaurus-init (which is what https://v1.docusaurus.io/docs/en/tutorial-setup suggests) did the trick.
yarn global add docusaurus --dev would have been better but alas that is not what I tried.
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