404 on resources coming from node_modules directory

I found out from https://www.bennadel.com/blog/3181-including-node-modules-and-vendors-folders-in-your-github-pages-site.htm that adding the .nojekyll file to the root directory allows files to be loaded from the node_modules directory. However on my pages site http://timeatothcreative.com I’m still getting a 404 error for one file http://timeatothcreative.com/node_modules/formvalidation/dist/css/formValidation.min.css when the file is part of my repository. 

Any ideas?

Hi @beourmuse Thanks for being here!

I just took a look, and that site page appears to be live now. 

If you’re still seeing a 404 error, it’s possible your browser is serving a cached version of the page from before it was successfully published. If you happen to be using Chrome as your browser, you can use the keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+R to fix this. Alternatively, you could try visiting your website in an incognito or private browsing window.

It’s also good to note that it can take up to ten minutes for a GitHub Pages build to complete (and for your changes to appear) after pushing a new commit to your repository. So sometimes, it takes a few before you’ll see your site as you expect it.

Hope this helps!