Changing default root web location

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by hwy-gpb, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. hwy-gpb

    hwy-gpb New Member

    First off, well done! to the creators of ISPconfig. Only been using it for a few days, but the more I get to know it, the more I like it:)

    I have a 100 + user websites on one domain who have long established sites on our old server with as there home page.
    the default with ISPconfig would be:
    So for this domain I'm removing the prefix before adding a user as I prefer the look of for these clients.
    To further achieve we added a symbolic link in web folder of this domain to =
    In apache config for we have: RedirectMatch \/\~(.*)\/(.*)$1/$2
    so that anyone looking for anything ~username finds the new location.

    What I want to ask is:
    Should this approach work OK with ISPconfig?
    Is there a better way to achieve what we are after?

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer


    No, this looks fine. But maybe you can use a rewrite rule instead of the symlink, so you do not have to create e symlink for every user.
  3. hwy-gpb

    hwy-gpb New Member

    Thanks Till


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