Leopard's built-in Web server is a slightly modified version of Apache 2.2 (http://httpd.apache.org/). As I discussed in Web, by default, you can use Leopard's Web server as a read-only method of providing Web pages and file downloads.
Turn on Web Sharing as described in Turn on
Services, earlier, and then check out the default
index.html.en page that you've made available. (There are many index.html
files, all of which have a dot-plus-two-letter extension to define the language they are
written in; the language set in the browser tells the server which
index.html file to feed to the browser.) You can start serving Web pages or downloadable files using the default directories. See "What's shared over the Web" (just ahead) ...