however when i loging to one of the FTP accounts i can see alot of folders and files i dont want the user to see when they login.
they have to goto HTTPDOCS to upload there website.. however there are alot of files in here already, im not wanting these.
You can delete all the default files from httpdocs, except
for plesk-stat (which is used for statistics). "test", "img", "css", and whatever other Plesk junk it puts in there can be deleted. If you don't want these files to come up on newly-created accounts, then delete them from the "Skeleton" directory, which I think is an option in Plesk for administrators (Unfortunately I no longer have a Plesk server set up, so can't check it out for you).
As for the FTP directory root, that's how Plesk sets up FTP. Users might want to upload stuff into their home, instead of their httpdocs folder (for security reasons, PHP includes that are not accessed directly are often uploaded outside
the web root. Other things that are not public, like access logs, are also outside the web root. Users might want to download this), and being set up like that allows this. If you still want to change this so the root is the httpdocs directory, you'd need to change how Plesk generates the FTP config. Again, I don't have a Plesk box, but maybe someone else can help with this
. Note that the file browser will still show their root (and not the httpdocs directory), so the users might get confused why Plesk shows something different to FTP.
You might want to upgrade to Plesk 9, too