KISS Web Server (Keep it short and simple)
Here's my fully functional HTTPD 0.9 compliant web server: httpd.zip
(only 61k bytes).
Unzip with PKZIP
Run HTTPD16.EXE if you have Windows 3.1, 3.11, or Windows 3.11 for
Run HTTPD32.EXE if you have Win32s for Windows 3.1x, or Windows 95,
or Windows NT.
Put your .html or whatever files you want to "publish" in
That's it! To try it out on your own system, browse to the netsite
When you're connected to the Internet or Intranet, others can see all
your files in C:\WWW via their web browser using http://your ip address/
or http://system name/
Note that directories are always displayed by default. If you want people
to link to C:\WWW\index.html, they must specify http:\\your ip address
or system name\index.html or supply a command line argument to specify
a default page.
C> HTTPD32 80 300 C:\www index.html
HTTPD32 is the 32-bit version of KISS Web Server
80 is the Web standard HTTPD socket number
300 is the number of seconds to timeout on idle connections
index.html is the default page to show users