ok. got a confusing one here. the problem: a wordpress site wants to use a different domainname for a different language using wpml normally, that's fine, i just create it as an aliasdomain to the original site with no redirection configured. eg 2nd-language.com is an aliasdomain to 1st-language.com, and wordpress and the wpml plugin handles all of the tricky language redirection stuff. now we've got a site where we're trying to do some major redevelopment, so i created a subdomain vhost, dev.domain.com, with a path /dev which was fine, it was a single language site, the development work could start. they now want to make it a multi-lingual site. so i need to sort it that out in dev first. but how do i aliasdomain a subdomain to a vhost subdomain? i can't see any way to do it in ispconfig. i can create the domain as dev.2nd-language.com, in clients - domains, so it can be assigned directly. but i can't alias it to dev.domain.com, as the process see's the parent domain as domain.com, not dev.domain.com, so the alias would get applied to the wrong vhost. surely, when aliasing (or adding a subdomain to) a domain, the drop-down list for parent website should list every available vhost, including subdomain(vhosts) not just the top level domain? am i correct in assuming that the only way i can do this now is to backup the current dev.domain.com site, remove that subdomain and create dev.domain.com as a full separate website, and then aliasdomain dev.2nd-language.com to dev.domain.com?