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What's New? January 22, 2015
VirtualHostX will now save your virtual hosts into your Apache config file in the same order they are displayed in the sidebar.
If you're using Apple's built-in Apache web server, VirtualHostX will now automatically add "Require all granted" to your custom directory directives. This should help with 403 Forbidden errors. This change does not happen if you're using an alternative server like MAMP or if you've setup a custom directive template.
We now include an intro video you can watch that walks you through setting up VirtualHostX the first time. You can access it from the "Help" menu.
VirtualHostX 6.0 is the easiest way to host and share multiple websites on your Mac. It's the perfect solution for web designers working on more than one project at a time. With VirtualHostX you can easily create and manage Apache virtual hosts with just a few clicks.
What it Does
Automatically configures your Mac's web server settings.
Works with MAMP, XAMPP, and Apple's built-in web server.
Share your virtual hosts with anyone over the internet.
Backup and Restore your web server settings.
Keep track of domain names, logins, and everything else with Domain Details.