This guide will tell you how to get your Raspberry Pi to host a web-server, which can be used for hosting websites, and even slightly modified to host many other online services such as game servers, or video streaming servers. We will only be covering how to host a basic web-server without editing the default package.
Raspberry Pi (We Recommend the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ as that has a built in wireless adapter)
SD Card (Recommended 32GB, Minimum 8GB)
HDMI capable Monitor
Access to your Router’s configuration panel (This is for port forwarding)
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