Enrutamiento de páginas en Ruby on Rails
I am new in RoR. I just added a new page hello.html in public folder. When I try to load the page on browser I get following error
No route matches [GET] "/hello.html" Try running rake routes for more information on available routes.
I found some solution so far but they don't really working for me. I tried following lines in routes.rb file
match '/hello', to: '#hello' match 'hello', to: 'hello' match '/hello' => '#hello', :as => 'hello'
But Im getting same error. I know that for files in public folder I don't need to add routes but Still I get the same error.
preguntado el 27 de noviembre de 13 a las 06:11
For any files added in the public folder, you don't need to add routes. If the file is available as
Its accessible via
Simple! No routes.
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Yes I know that for files in public folder I don't need to add routes but Still I get the same error. - asdfkjasdfjk
Did you clear the sample routes that you have mentioned in the question? - satya kalluri
Also, did you start from a basic-rails-app? or are you using any existing app? because, there is a way in Rails to change the default-public-directory. Ensure that it ain't the case. stackoverflow.com/questions/4600364/… - satya kalluri
Yes I cleared those sample and I started from basic rails app - asdfkjasdfjk
Why don't you show us your codebase. Put it in GutHub and send it across. This should not take more than a min. - satya kalluri