The repo on GitHub named /website/ containing code for payloadcms.com is not building on the payload cloud. However, its cms part /website-cms/ repo is ok for cloud deployment. I understand this is not possible anymore after extremely interpolated with the cloud and community help incorporations in website repo code. Cloud is not going to build on the same cloud. Omitting such irrelevant from checkout may help to use the repo for general purposes. Else may try creating a separate Frontend repo corresponding to website-cms that will build and run on the cloud.
Just to clarify, your ask is to have a version of that website (frontend) that will deploy on Payload Cloud?
Exactly. This saves lot of next.js work.
I'll take this feedback to the team 👍
hi... any updates on this? or is there a set of instructions to build and host the website repo on payload cloud written for somewhat newbies? 😉
The payloadcms.com website is hosted on vercel, and the backend is hosted elsewhere. The payload website does not make sense to deploy to payload cloud. However we do have other templates to use deploy! Have you tried any of those?