Have you ever noticed that some existing content is not serving from your Azure Web Site and returns the following message
“The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.”
One reason this may occur is due to missing MimeTypes.
To see if this is the case Enable Detailed Error Messages in Site Diagnostics
After reproducing the issue gather the LogFiles/DetailedErrors folder for your site .
For A Mime Type issue you will see that this is 404.3 error
In the above error I purposely omitted the “Things you can try” section as this applies to on premise IIS and in Web Sites you cannot run APPCmd.exe to add settings
Instead you can simply add this to the web config . Here is any example for .woff extensions which I see quite often in Azure Web Site deployments
Add the following to the <system.webServer> section of your web.Config.
<mimeMap fileExtension=".woff" mimeType="application/x-font-woff" />
Note : If the <staticContent> element already exists you just need to add the <mimeMap> element to this section for the type you want to add