You don't go to: domain.com/users/index.html
Yes the file is located in /var/www/web1/users/username/web/index.html
but will show up at: domain.com/~username
if you setup your ftp server properly ftp will set the user's sub-webspace account to automatically go the home directly beneath their "/web" directory & will keep them from accessing parent directories underneath their home directory via ftp.
Anyhow....an example let me see... lets say I have a user on web1 or "domain.com" named "kextra1"
my sub-webspace index.html file would go here:
However to access that file on the web I'd go to the following URL:
I'm pretty sure it's the same in ISPConfig 2 & 3 correct me if I'm wrong.
This issue is of interest to me as a long time ISPConfig 2 guy if I am incorrect on the sentence above. I have been trying out CPanel & Plesk on two of my newer servers not in production yet mainly because of the compatibility with WHMCS for the panels.... but my loyalty lies with ISPConfig and would rather run ISPConfig 3 with an easy to use autosignup/billing records interface.