I’ve deployed my static website from github, and the Cloudflare has provided the following url to my site
And this site works perfectly well.
But when I point my custom domain to it and visit the domain, it shows this error on the browser console:
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token '*'
I’ve set up dns record as follows on Cloudflare pages’ dns management:
CNAME @ xxx.pages.dev
CNAME www xxx.pages.dev
August 3, 2021, 11:26am
Have you configured the custom domain in the pages settings?
Yes I have. You can see my configuration at the end of my post.
August 3, 2021, 1:24pm
Can you share the domain name?
It seems a weird error to come from Pages…
These are the domains:
This is the domain that I own: iconweb.studio
This is the domain that is given by cloudflare after deploying pages: icon-web-studio.pages.dev
August 3, 2021, 1:40pm
They both work for me, I see the error you mention, on some browsers. It’s most definitely an application issue, which is unrelated to Pages.
Well if its an application issue, it should throw error on icon-web-studio.pages.dev domain too right?
Why just error on iconweb.studio only? Where should we look for debugging?
FYI: If you refresh your page, the error can be reproduced for iconweb.studio
August 3, 2021, 2:46pm
Let me reverse the question: if it is a Pages issue, shouldn’t it throw an error on the non CNAME version, as well? It’s literally just serving static files.
I can’t know your code… That’s not my concern here.
I know, in
some browsers. Chrome works, for example. Safari does, until it gets to that specific part of the code.
I have the same issue, did manage to solve it ?
Hi, I had the same issue with VueJS application, I managed to solve it by deleting the subdomain and recreate it again, then everything went smoothly