Not sure if this is the right place for bug reports.
It seems that if a .html has a “.” (dot) in the name, it cannot be accessed.
For example: https://sumatrapdf.pages.dev/test.page.html
This should show this page: sumatrapdf/test.page.html at master · sumatrapdfreader/sumatrapdf · GitHub
Instead, it re-directs to https://sumatrapdf.pages.dev/test.page (which strangely returns 200 but no response) and then somehow goes to my default page /free-pdf-reader.html (presumably because I redirect / there via sumatrapdf/_redirects at master · sumatrapdfreader/sumatrapdf · GitHub)
It should just show the content of test.page.html file. A dot (".") is valid in url.
I converted my website from Netlify and Netlify didn’t have problems with such files.
It looks like a bug in how Pages handles files like “test.page.html”.
I haven’t tested other “weird” characters but maybe would be a good idea to add a test that Pages properly handles all valid characters in the URL i.e.