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How to turn Mac OS X Lion into a web server?
@XAleXOwnZX: With all due respect, that is arguably the worst advice I have ever seen on a Stack Exchange property. I agree that a GUI text editor is probably a better approach for people who are not programmers or who don't have much unix experience, however, TextEdit is the wrong application to advise using simply because it defaults to a variable-width font and rich text. This can cause all sorts of problems (beyond the simple usability nightmare of writing code in variable-width) that will be extremely difficult or impossible for this person to debug.