Any way to change the public html paths

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by ESSkTDl8, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. ESSkTDl8

    ESSkTDl8 New Member

    Hi. We're half way through moving off an old raw server (no control panel) to a shiney new server managed with ISPConfig.

    We use SVN which pulls our PHP files to our website folders on the ISPConfig folder. SVN already has a folder for the public HTML files and it's not called ./web which is what ISPConfig expects.

    In the past we just deleted the servers public html folder, and replaced it with a symbolic link to the public html folder downloaded from the SVN server. But on our new server that doesn't work because we are running suPHP.

    Is there a way to change the name of the public html folder for a website hosted on ISPConfig?

    Domain is hosted from folder

    But our public html folder may be

    Whats the solution?
    I don't want to switch off suPHP and I also don't want to be renaming the public HTML folders across two dozen SVN repos.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    No, the "web" folder is hardcoded in current ispconfig versions.
  3. dpembrook

    dpembrook New Member

    Could a constants file be used to tweak things like this? Being able to change the path and the path structure would be very helpful.

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