The Raspberry Pi 4 is powerful enough to run a web server to host multiple websites. At least the 8Gb version is. That’s the version I use for this very purpose. As a web designer and developer, I like to host my own websites on my own server. You can find lots of articles which give you bits and bobs of how to setup a web server but this guide is specifically tailored to guide you through not only the server setup – including Apache, MySQL, PHP, virtual hosts configuration and WordPress installation. But also how to configure your web hosting domain, home router and dynamic DNS, in this complete guide to running a live web server on a Raspberry Pi from home.