High Sierra (10.13) is deprecated now that Big Sur (macOS 10.16/11) is out.
High Sierra was the last version of macOS which supported websites (technically Apache, I believe) being managed through the Server.app in macOS.
I am now looking for another way to run a 24/7 web server on macOS.
“Why not use MAMP (Pro) or VirtualHostX (Pro)?”
I have tried both MAMP and VirtualHostX (both regular and pro versions) as possible replacements; however, neither app is designed for this. They are designed to be a service for web developers who want to check their web development locally before it is deployed to a remote (usually Linux-based) server.
That is not what I am looking for. I am looking for apps/utilities/tools/whatever to help me configure and run a web server on macOS, ideally compatible with Big Sur.