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Archive for January 14th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Starting with OS X Mountain Lion, and continuing with all subsequent versions of OS X, Apple removed the Web Sharing feature that made sharing a web site or related services a simple point-and-click operation.

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Image courtesy of Apple

The Web Sharing feature uses the Apache web server application to allow you to run your own web server on your Mac. Many individuals use this capability to host a local web site, web calendar, wiki, blog, or other service.

Some businesses use Web Sharing to host workgroup collaboration features. And many web developers use Web Sharing to test their site designs before moving them to a production web server.

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