Marinus Klasen

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    Marinus Klasen commented  · 

    Update: After talking to Paolo from Cloudways I've created a new configuration.

    I now deploy to public_html and set the web root to public_html/current/app/www/

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    I second this idea. I did get this to work by changing the root directory from within the Cloudways' UI.

    The root directory now points to: public_html/current (as I can't go beyond public_html)
    The public_html/current is a symlink to: ~/sites/website1/current/app/www/

    It works, but it would be nice if I could just remove the public_html folder and make it a symlink. This is quite a work-around.

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