Recently deployed a static Hugo site using the continuous deployment service Netlify. Netlify is like Heroku but for static websites. It allows developers to deploy static websites via Git repositories and offers Custom domain name and SSL options for free (at the time of this writing).
After tinkering a little the Chrome inspector revealed that my vendor JS and CSS were not loading.
The issue was
config.toml. Specifically I set the
baseURL to the domain name that I had not yet connected to Netlify and so the webpage was trying to load the stylesheets and scripts from the wrong location.
<head> section was set up to load the plugins from the configuration URLs.
The fix itself is trivial, you can just set the
config.toml base url value to
/ and redeploy.
Things are pretty once again. Have fun!