Apache is a whole different beast with things like its own directory aliases.
This may help:
On Feb 2, 2020, at 3:40 PM, Russell L. Harris <email@example.com> wrote:
I am attempting to configure Apache2 (in Debian 10) as a local server
for web site development.
I see on the "Apache2 Debian Default Page" the Debian logo; the
browser reports the image location as:
But when I use midnight commander to snoop around \var and other
directories, I find no directory named "localhost".
The immediate goal of my investigation is to discover the location
(with respect to "var/www" or "public_html") to which essential images
such as web site logos and navigation button icons should be uploaded.
This investigation is part of my exploration of the "Perl Template
Toolkit". I am proceeding step-by-step through the tutorial presented
in chapter 11 of the O'Reilly "Badger Book", but I do yet understand
why images are not being displayed.