Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by cederstrom, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. cederstrom

    cederstrom New Member


    We are most likely going to use ISPConfig3 on our servers, I have a question that I hope someone will help with though :)


    We have existing webhotels that are like:

    I can easilly make web be public_html instead, but I also want a virtual host createde that uses /cms as document root instead of /web.

    As far as I can see the way subdomains are made in ISPConfig3 a subdomain is required to be inside the webscope for the main site? Which I want to avoid, for a few obvious reasons, mostly that having them in each webscope is more secure.

    Did I miss something, and is this possible already?

    I might as well write what would be perfect for me:
    If I can somehow have multiple vhost templates. So I can pick one when I create a new website for example a "Std website", "CMS-Website", and so on. Where each VHost is different. - Or something like that :)

    Thanks :)

    I hope someone have the answer for me, Thanks
    - Lasse
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Very bad idea. Your installation will break on the next update. You should modify your website instead.

    Thats depends on how you create the subdomain. If you need a subdoamin with a separate folder, just create a new domain and enetr in the domain field.

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