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Is it possible to change the web root for a specific website? I assume manually editing the vhost could cause problems with ISPconfig? What is the best practice to do this?
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You'd have to modify the vhosts template file used to create the virtual hosts. Then your modifications would get lost on an update.
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Old 22nd May 2009, 23:39
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Could it be set as an apache directive under options?
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No, the web root can not be set in apache directives. You should stick with the web root that ispconfig creates.
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Thanks for the replies. It isn't really a big deal, but when using a framework it is a little easier to just change the document root rather than changing some routing.
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You can create a symbolic link from the web root you want to the default web root that ispconfig creates

ps you have to chown the files/directories under the client/user that ispconfig has created for this client/site.
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