Chapter 21. Snow Leopard As a Web Server

Snow Leopard makes doing everything with the Web as easy as doing it on Mac OS X. We talked about surfing the Web with Safari in Chapter 10, publishing to the Web with MobileMe in Chapter 13, and generating content for the Web throughout the book. There's one thing left to do: become a part of the Web itself by hosting a web server.

To some that might sound complicated, but it doesn't have to be. Getting started is as easy as clicking a button. For the hardcore Net geeks, don't be fooled by the Snow Leopard's cuddly appearance. When you want to get fierce, there are fangs and claws to go around.

So, whether you'd like to host a home page for your neighborhood bridge club, build an intranet for your home or ...

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