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  • Kc George

    Hi Petar,

    Can you please share more details about your project? 

    1. Are you trying to publish a Brizy Cloud project to Cloudflare? If not, which 3rd Party hosting provider? 
    2. What is your brizy.site URL?

    I see two issues with your domain resolution.

    No A Record for your  primary domain

    Address record or A Record specifies the IP address on which your domain is hosted. Your primary domain  dr-zoranlekic.com does not have an A Record.  

    www.dr-zoranlekic.com has more than one address records

    A DNS lookup of www.dr-zoranlekic.com shows two A Records and two AAAA records. You should have only one. Your domain can be hosted only on single IP address; hence you can't have more than one A Record.    

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  • Petar Glišović

    Man, you're giving half-answers again, and you're addressing everyone as if they were beginners. I gave you the name of the project, not to check the DNS settings of my domain. This project is https://dr-zoranlekic.brizy.site/. 

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  • Petar Glišović

    Brizy Cloud does not send the entire project to the GitHub repository at all, it happened before, but it would only last a short time, and now it has been going on for days.

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  • Petar Glišović

    I don't care at all how the site looks on your subdomain, when on 3rd-Party Hosting it looks like this:

    1. Vercel - https://drzoranlekic.vercel.app/
    2. Netlify - https://drzoranlekic.netlify.app/
    3. Clodflare - https://drzoranlekic-project.pages.dev/

    So it either looks like this, or it pulls a completely broken site.

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  • Kc George

    Hi Petar,

    You are right; our support responses are drafted keeping beginner users in mind. This ensures that all users including non technical users can follow our instructions well. 

    • Can you please go to the Publishing options screen and click 'Connect' under the 3rd-party Free Hosting option and share the screen that opens up?

    • Please also share your Brizy Cloud project repository URL with GitHub
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  • Petar Glišović

    Answers like this don't help me, so I already have linked sites on 3rd-party Hosting, I didn't suddenly forget that. 

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  • Petar Glišović

    I am sending the URL of the GitHub project - https://github.com/PericaGlisa/brizy-project-12748107.git

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  • Petar Glišović

     

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  • Kc George

    Hi Petar,

    Your Brizy Cloud project does not seem to be syncing to your GitHub repository. Can you please

    1. Click on Disconnect in the below screen and disconnect both GitHub and Vercel. 
    2. Delete the repository https://github.com/PericaGlisa/brizy-project-12748107 under the Settings tab
    3. Reconnect with Vercel following the procedure here https://support.brizy.io/hc/en-us/articles/360044239232-How-to-connect-your-Vercel-account

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  • Petar Glišović

    George, I've tried all of that a few times already, even before contacting you. I even tried from different browsers. 

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  • Natalia Chitoroaga

    Hello Petar,

    Natalia here, Brizy technical team.

    Thank you for reporting this issue.

    Please, allow us to run some tests with your page on our vercel/netlify domains,

     

    I will keep you updated about our results.

    Thank you,

    Regards, Natalia

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