if i start npm on a remote server the server will not be able to access that site httpexamplecom3000

Ooh, actually, in my project, I don’t use example.com . I’m actually using a domain that I own. And the domain points to the IP address of my remote server that has the jekyll project installed.

The problem here is that you can’t (unless you do some tunnelling) access the network interface the project is listening on. 127.0.0.1 is the loopback address. It is only available internally.

The webpack development server is designed for local development, not for production use. You can make it listen on other network interfaces but for production deployment you should follow the deployment instructions (the project you are using may have additional instructions that vanilla Jekyll doesn’t include).

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