I do have an Ubuntu 14.10 server running ISPConfig. The server is accessable through http://www.example.com. The server's name is server1.example.com ISPConfig is used to host several WordPress sites on this server. This is working well so far. Now I want to install two extra packages on this server (ie on www.example.com): - Piwik - Wordpress Now I found this https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-piwik-on-ubuntu-14.04 to manuall install piwik on /var/www/html/piwik. This requires no settings (like adding websites etc.) in ISPConfig. Access should be through http://www.example.com/piwik Is the same method the best one to install WordPress (example: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-wordpress-on-ubuntu-14-04) on this server, ie in /var/www/html/wordpress. Access should be through http://www.example.com/wordpress, or http://www.example.com/ (wordpress configuration option!) So in the end I have: - www.example.com: my WordPress website (with the WP-PIWIK plugin) - piwik.example.com or www.example.com/piwik: my Piwik analytics website to which the WP-PIWIK plugin is pointing to. - server1.example.com: the ISPConfig control panel (on port 8080) - Several WordPress websites hosted through the ISPConfig panel (all with the WP-PIWIK plugin for analytics) Note that I'm using an ISP for mail forwarding and DNS domain/subdomain management: the server is 'just' hosting the websites. So the question is: is this the right method (install WordPress/Piwik in /var/www/html), or should it be done different? I previously tried to install WordPress via ISPConfig on www.example.com/blog/, but that didn't work for some reason!