Configure Document Root

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by CupOfTea696, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. CupOfTea696

    CupOfTea696 New Member

    Is it possible to configure the default document root create for websites? Currently it creates a /web folder under /var/www/clients/clienX/siteX, but I'd like to be able to set it to something like /web/public so that the full path would be /var/www/clients/clienX/siteX/web/public.

    This'd be useful for web applications that have files outside of the document root. For example the Laravel folder structure does this by default. Most of your application lives under various folders like /app, /config and /vendor, whilst the index.php and assets like images and css live in the public folder.

    If this is not yet possible (I think it's not, I couldn't find it anywhere), it might be a great feature to add in a future release.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The name of the Web folder can not be configured.
  3. CupOfTea696

    CupOfTea696 New Member

    In that case, please consider this as a feature request. So for really enjoying ISPConfig though!

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