This was easy in IIS. It let you select the path for every domain / subdomain, and I’m stumped. I’ve gone through every option – top level server, alias, sub-server, sub-domain and I can’t find an option under any of them to change the document root.
I’m trying to do something simple:
mydomain.com mydomain/home/public_html (created with the domain and obviously works)
Surely someone has done this for wordpress optimization / cookie free domains.
What am I missing?
Is that not just a redirect of static.mydomain.com to mydomain/home/public_html/wp_content/?
If so, then there is a redirect page under virtualmin/server configuration.
It could be done that way, but it is sloppy and will increase page load time. I guess you can also do it in .htaccess
tools.pingdom.com will ding for stuff like that.
Virtualmin puts the initial domain’s public www folder in /home/user/public_html
When creating a sub domain of the above domain, it puts the public folder in /home/user/domains/sub.domain.com/public_html
Isnt that what you need? Isnt it as simple as creating subdomain of static.domain.com and put all your static files in /home/user/domains/static.domain.com/public_html ? I just did a test and it worked that way.
I don’t want to put any content there. It needs to point to the existing public_html/wp-content folder
So create it using the defaults, then edit it to suit your needs.