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Old 18th August 2012, 15:08
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Default ~webxy support for temp. website access

Hello!

I remember some posts here which asked for username based website access like supported by e.g. cPanel (~username).

Basically, I read that this should be possible with mod_userdir and also tried a bit with Aliases in vhosts.

My questions is now, if this feature would be appreciated and how it should logically be done.

My idea is, that ISPConfig could support it like:

http://serverurl/ip.tld/~webxx (e.g. web10).

I guess this wouldn't be a great problem to create. Or am I wrong?

If there are no concerns about this, I'd try working on this.

Regards,
Michel
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