Should you edit/delete the default apache site config?

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http://serverfault.com – I've just followed this tutorial on setting up name-based virtulization in Apache, and it worked really well. The tutorial basically got you to add a config file to sites-available called yourdomain.com, and then link it to sites-enabled. By default, apache includes two site config files in sites-available, default and defualt-ssl. Should you edit these files or remove the link form the sites-enabled directory? After playing around with this (locally), I realised that by default the default site points to your root /var/www directory, and so if someone goes to the IP of your server directl (HowTos)