I am currently using ISPConfig on a shared server and have encountered a bit of an issue. I am migrating a site to this server, which was built using CakePHP, which is a MVC framework for application development. One of the main models the site uses is called Users, and it will rewrite to the following: http://www.domain.com/users/. The root works fine, but if you go to http://www.domain.com/users/login/ you run into problems. By default, when you create user accounts through ISPConfig, it will allow that user to host their web files, while giving them a url to view the files. There are two urls the files are accessible through: http://www.domain.com/~useraccount OR http://www.domain.com/users/useraccount/ I'm assuming this is where the conflict is happening. Is there a way to disable the account urls from being accessed as /users/useraccount/ and just use the /~useraccount? I don't want to have to go back through all of the coding for that site and change everything to a different name, as it will require some extensive changes. I am wondering if this structure is defined somewhere in the server configuration files/ISPConfig configuration files, or if it something more complex than that. Thanks for your help!