Please help me figure out the issue, I have multiple websites on Hestiacp using Apache. One of the website is under quic.cloud cdn and my firewall wordfence has an issue to get the proper IPs to filter. After some digging, it seems I could solve the issue with the Use of X-Forwarded-For HTTP header. So I needed to add the following code
to a web template that I called customQuic.stpl, it is located in /usr/local/hestia/data/templates/web/apache2
After this I typed ```
sudo /usr/local/hestia/bin/v-rebuild-user myusername
I then log in my userspace on hestiacp dashboard and looked for the template but I could not find it, it is always on default.
What did I do wrong here ?
The right template dir is:
Also v-rebuild-user doesn’t rebuild web domain use
Thank you do I need to modify both default.stpl and default.tpl even though I use only SSL ?
Yes other wise it will not work
Taking advantage of the post, if I create a new wordpress template Ngnix for something like wordpress-xxxx after creating the template do I need to type a command or just access the web interface and change to the template I created?
Just change it via Web interface works fine
Is the v-rebuild-user command not necessary in this case? Only if I edit a default template?
Another question: I need to change both .stpl and .tpl files, right?
You need to edit them both …