Should all Tiki installations be in the 'public html' folder? Since Tiki is a unique beast' in that everything is all packaged up together nicely, does this standard rule that web hosting companies recommend apply?
I did this with my first Tiki installation a long time ago, but didn't create a separate folder under 'public html' to put it in, so it's a mess! Than when it came time for my second Tiki instance (and 3rd, 4th, etc.), I created a folder outside of public html (since I though it would be an even bigger mess just dropping it in the 'public html' alongside the first installation) and put it there. All the instances (both inside and outside of 'public html') seem to work ok. (or could this be why I'm having issues with Composer?)
So, should I apply: 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'?
Or do I need to move all the instances to new folders inside 'public html'? Will this break things?