Using ISP config 126.96.36.199 (I just upgraded from 188.8.131.52 to see if that would resolve this problem...but it didn't) I may be misunderstanding something here but I've been trying to create a subdomain that points to it's own folder rather than the main site's homepage. It seems whatever I do when I create a subdomain it doesn't have it's own folder that I can then install a site to, it defaults to pointing at the tlds homepage and I can't see a field in the subdomain setup page that I could use to steer the subdomain to it's own folder. My tld is registered with namecheap. If I don't add a new subdomain record there it wont be found as I don't have a wildcard subdomain catchall set up. If I set up a subdomain with namecheap the address correctly resolves to my server. Once a request for <mysubdomain>.<mytld>.com is sent to my server I expected the host headers to steer it to the correct folder but I don't currently see a way of creating that setting. The only way I can cause ISPConfig to give a subdomain it's own unique folder is if I set it up as a new tld using the tld plus subdomain in the domain field. But even though it has it's own folder when I put the address in a browser I still get my homepage from my tld like it's not pointing to that new folder. Can anyone help?