Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.10 or higher
Fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
403 Forbidden Errors in 10.10 Yosemite. If you recently upgraded to Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, you may find that your virtual hosts are now giving you "403 Forbidden" errors.
To fix this, add the following line to each of your virtual host's Directory Custom Directives > Once you've added that line, click "Apply Changes" and restart Apache.
Please note: That line needs to be added to your Directory custom directives. Not your VirtualHost directives.
Courtesy of The Shark
VirtualHostX lets you enable the web service already present on your Mac, and it allows you to create multiple virtual hosts as well. That way, you can create and test more than one website at a time right from your Mac. Even better, there?s a service called LiftOff that lets you share these virtual websites with other people, notifying them of the location with a simple email. No more nesting folders and no more asking the programmer across the cubicle for help. With VirtualHostX you can easily create and manage your virtual hosts with just a few clicks. We do the hard work so you don't have to.
What it Does:
Automatically configures your Mac's web server settings.
Works with MAMP, XAMPP, and Apple's built-in web server.
Share your virtual hosts with anyone over the internet.
Backup and Restore your web server settings.
Keep track of domain names, logins, and everything else with Domain Details
More info: http://clickontyler.com/virtualhostx/