I just started using ISPConfig and love it so far. I know there isn't a temporary URL for a new site you create, so I'm trying to figure out the best/most appropriate way to setup and test a site on the server and then make it go live with the correct URL. I am working with Joomla sites if it matters. My approach so far has been to create a subdomain on a development site, say site1.devdomain.com. I tried renaming that website to finaldomain.com in the websites section of ISPConfig to no avail. I assume the vhosts don't get changed appropriately or something. The approach I have now is a bit tedious and does cause a little more downtime than I'd like: create subdomain on development domain site1.devdomain.com and get site working correctly Backup site and download file Create new website finaldomain.com and associated db, db user, etc. Upload backup file to finaldomain.com's web folder from local machine via FTP (time consuming) Restore website to finaldomain.com This may be the simplest, fastest, and safest way to do this, but it might not be, so I'm asking. Is there a better way to go about doing this? Even if it's just moving the backup file within the server and not having to download and upload it. I'm concerned the permissions will be off if I just brute force move things around.