WebSTAR 1.3.2

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  • Splash screen 
  • Main interface 

What is WebSTAR 1.3.2?

Welcome to WebSTAR, the ultimate World Wide Web server! Formerly known as MacHTTP, WebSTAR by StarNine® is the most widely used desktop Web server software on the Internet today. [that is back in 1996!]

WebSTAR is an HTTP server that lets you publish hypertext and multimedia documents to millions of World Wide Web (WWW) users around the world, right from your Macintosh computer. You can use WebSTAR to put any Macintosh file on the Web, including GIF and JPG images and QuickTime™ movies. WebSTAR is completely compatible with all WWW clients, on any platform, including Mosaic™, which started the Web revolution, and Netscape Navigator™, the most popular Web client available today. WebSTAR is also fully compatible with any HTML (HyperText Markup Language) files you may have already developed. Just copy them onto your WebSTAR server Macintosh and you’re set. Through the power of AppleScript™ and Apple events, WebSTAR can communicate with other applications on your Macintosh to publish any information contained in those programs. For example, if your company information is in a FileMaker® Pro database, Web client users can query it via HTML forms to get the data using the FileMaker CGI (Common Gateway Interface) for WebSTAR. It’s powerful and easy to use.


Download WebSTAR 1.3.2 for Mac

WebSTAR_1.3.2_Update.sit (1.03 MiB / 1.08 MB)
WebSTAR v1.3.2 / compressed w/ Stuffit
6 / 2017-08-11 / 168569a09f862f9c55bb3e8c6b942bfeaa903083 / /
WebSTAR_1.3.2.sit_.hqx (1.45 MiB / 1.52 MB)
/ BinHex'd, use Stuffit Expander
2 / 2017-11-18 / 7a28d9ee436f15116ac4faf5c2f7eac06373ecb3 / /


68K + PPC (FAT)

System Requirements

From Mac OS 7.0 up to Mac OS 9.2

Compatibility notes

Architecture: 69K + PPC (FAT)

At least 1.3MB of free RAM (recommended 2MB)

Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2


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