Well, on Stevie, honeywebph.tk showed /home/feeldumb/honeywebph/www/index.html, with
/home/feeldumb/honeywebph/www as the root of that website, and I could put programs and other stuff in /home/feeldumb/honeywebph that people could not get to just using their browser.
On Johnny, with cpanel version 60, I cannot seem to remove the public_html part of the filename, either with an alias, or an addon domain. I removed the addon domain, and created honeywebph.t as an alias, since that is what the documantation seemed to think was "parked". But that seems to point to
/home/feeldumb/public_html and does not seem to allow me to edit that.
So now what do I do?
I do not want my 4 websites to be subdomains, because then all the files become part of
"http://feeldumb.heliohost.org/". They were not that way on Stevie, but the cpanel version 60 does not let me make an addon domain without a subdomain.
Well, I removed the alias, and put back the addon, The addon documentation "https://documentatio...s/Addon Domains" seems to say you can change the directory it goes to.
To choose a document root other than the automatically populated value, manually enter the directory name in the Document Root text box.
However, I cannot create an addon domain without something entered into the subdomain field (not true when I did this on Stevie, years ago), and it always adds "public_html" to my document root.
Anyone know how I fix this? Before I add my other 3 websites back?
Oh, I looked at that documentation you referenced
. I said:
How can I create a Parked Domain?
After logging into your personal cPanel, click on the 'Parked Domains' button
I see no "Parked Domains" button on my cpanel. Where is it on yours?