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Restrict document roots to public_html setting

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lironzaa, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. lironzaa

    lironzaa Registered

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    i want to change Restrict document roots to public_html for my subdoamins, i found many threads talking about this option but i cant find it in my cpanel, i saw that was update to the cpanel recently so maybe its because of that.
     
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    That setting is in WebHost Manager > Tweak Settings, not cPanel. You'd need to contact your Hosting Provider about it.
     
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    do you mean godaddy? because this setup in is cPanel (picture added)
     

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    The setting I mentioned is located here:
    WebHost Manager »Server Configuration »Tweak Settings, Domains tab.

     
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    i cant find the webhost manager, i bought the domain and hosting through goddady.
    can you guide where i can find it?
     
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    As I mentioned, as a Website Owner, you do not have access to WebHost Manager. You need to speak with your Hosting Provider and ask them if they'll enable this option, for you.
     
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