Thank you very much John,
I was able to add the ‘index.php’ / change the directoryindex in the apache httpd.conf config file as you showed.
But ran into other issues i would like to address:
1). I created a test directory called cyber/admin2 thus; domain.com/cyber/admin2 , then created 2 files inside this directory namely; index.html and index.php
When domain.com/cyber/admin2 was accessed, everything worked well, index.php file content displayed. ( note; this was after you gave the instruction to the change in Apache config file ).
2). The main site content domain.com/cyber/admin which we have lots of .php files like, index.php, login.php, logout.php, register.php, confirm.php etc… ( when accessed, takes me back to domain.com/chroot/cyber/admin/login.php - displaying an error page ).
“Also note that this particular link works very fine on Control panel ( Cpanel ) which takes me to domain.com/cyber/admin/login.php without any problems.”
Furthermore, i had to remove the chroot inbetween, and added login.php at the end, and admin was logged in.
The main issue is: inside admin area as shown in the 1st photo image, when “User Details” menu is been clicked, it takes me back to the 2nd photo image, with error, which seems to me that when only directories are accessed, there is this issue…
Kindly assist if there are any other things to add inside the Apache config file to enable all directories function properly, and never to have chroot inbetween links of any kind.