Simple web server Useful if you need to debug/publish a simple HTML website and don't want to build IIS or install Apache.
This is how to work with the webserver:
Launching the program, you need to specify the directory on the local machine, which will be the root of the site, and press the "Start" button.
You can check the site's operation by typing '//127.0.0.1/index.html' in the browser address bar.
To start the site from another directory, press the 'Stop' button, specify another directory and press 'Start' again.
To save queries to the server in the file 'webserv.log' check the 'Keep log of queries' box.
The program is minimized to the window which is not visible in the taskbar (to make the work of the web server not distracting).
To stop the minimized web server, start the program again. You will see the window of the web server already started and press "Stop" or "Close" button.
The first time you start the program with parameter -h (for example, from shortcut in autorun menu), program window is not shown and web-server automatically starts with last working root directory. when HTTP request comes, web-server gives site files from specified directory (without specifying MIME types).