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Web Sharing

Using the Sharing panel of System Preferences, you can turn your Mac into a Web site (or server), accessible from the Web browsers of people on your office network, the Internet at large, or both.

This feature assumes, of course, that you’ve already created some Web pages. For this purpose, you can use Web-design programs (Macromedia Dreamweaver, for example, or the free Netscape Composer) or the File→Save as Web Page command of a program like Microsoft Word. Or you could let Mac OS X build Web pages for you using iPhoto or Image Capture.

After you provide your friends and co-workers with your Mac’s Web site address, they can view your Web pages, graphics, and documents in their own Web browsers. And whenever you’re online, your Web site is also available to anyone on the Internet—but you don’t have to pay a penny to a Web-hosting company.


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