NodeJS (Linux): Change App/Doc Root Folder Warnings
Having for example "Document Root: /httpdocs" and "Application Root: /httpdocs/api" (where the NodeJS files are) actually works, only that the files in /httpdocs take precedence. So accessing for example "domain.com/api" from browser did not work as there's index.html in /httpdocs, but it works when tested with Postman.
So, I think the warning text can be changed accordingly.
I don't know what security implications does running both a website on /httpdocs and API on /httpdocs/api have, though.
Just found out that having Document Root on /httpdocs and App Root on /httpdocs/api exposes the source code to the public and therefore is a very bad idea. If anything, having Document Root on /httpdocs and App Root on let's say /nodejs still work.