This is the problem: I create a new user called test2, and create a website for test2.com. I create a webuser login called test2user. When I log in using the webftp or a separate ftp program as tes2user, it takes me to /home/www/web20/user/test2user/ I upload a file to /home/www/web20/user/test2user/web/ then when I open a browser to look at test2.com I see the default index page. And it is easy to see why: if I look in /etc/apache2/vhosts/Vhosts_ispconfig.conf the relevant part of the file says: ServerName www.test2.com:80 ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org DocumentRoot /home/www/web20/web This means that the directory being set up for the user is lower down the path than the webroot; the user can't put files into webroot. I followed the Debian 3.1 perfect setup, and I'm running v2.1.0 What do I change to make it fit together?