Hello all, I'm a first timer to these forums and I have a question for the community. I want to know the 'best-practice' method of hosting websites from my mac mini server. Here's what I have - 2011 Mac Mini Server running Lion (with server admin tools and such) - The server is running in my home. - It will run as a development web server for a number of websites and server as a git repository for versioning purposes. - I have a static IP assigned from my ISP. - I've registered a domain name from a registrar and changed the A record to point to my static IP. - Installed MAMP, though, not sure that's the way to go... digilab.co does resolve and right now you can see MAMP does throw up a sort of 'welcome page.' Questions - Is MAMP really the best way to go about hosting websites on this public facing home-web-server? IF not, what are some alternatives?