failed to open stream: Permission denied in /etc/httpd/

I have a centos linux server apache1
Right now my server is set up to use var/www/html  where my 1 website has been serving from and runs fine.
I have another site I need to add so I decided to change the httpd file to use virtual host names.
Now the home firectory for the site is etc/httpd/domainname

I uploaded site to this folder in /etc/httpd/domainname and get this error when trung to open page.
failed to open stream: Permission denied in /etc/httpd/domainname.

Not sure what to do I set the directory to 0777 in attempt to overcome permissions.
the group is root on the folder and permissions is 0777.


Thanks,
leadcodevAsked:
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leadcodevAuthor Commented:
Ok for anyone else with this problem add the above config into (domain).conf under conf.d/
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arnoldCommented:
You likely have Selinux running.

It is not advisable to use the site in /etc/ as there other restriction.
Ls -lZ

You should use /var/www/domainname

/etc/httpd/conf.d/domainname.conf that will set the documentroot and other parameters.

This will also handle updating the site.
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leadcodevAuthor Commented:
Ok  here is what I have in conf.d

[root@D19019 conf.d]# ls
php.conf  proxy_ajp.conf  README  welcome.conf


Can you be more specific on how to do what your saying please.
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leadcodevAuthor Commented:
This is in my httpd file

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName support.domain.com
ServerAlias *.support.domain.com
DocumentRoot support.domain.com_folder
</VirtualHost>
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leadcodevAuthor Commented:
<VirtualHost *:80>
  ServerName example.org
  ServerAlias *.example.org
  ServerAdmin webmaster@example.org
  ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/example.err
  CustomLog /var/log/httpd/example.log combined
  DocumentRoot /var/www/example.org
  <Directory "/var/www/example.org">
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all
  </Directory>
</VirtualHost>
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leadcodevAuthor Commented:
Expert answer was vague.
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