#How to share a site
Herd makes it easy to share your local sites with the world. This is great for testing your sites on different devices, receiving webhooks, or sharing them with clients and colleagues. Out of the box, Herd uses Expose to share your sites, but you can also use ngrok if you prefer.
#Sharing sites via Expose
Expose may not be available in all geographical regions due to regulatory reasons. If Expose isn't available in your country, try ngrok.
To share your site using Expose, you first need to create a free Expose account. Once you have obtained your authentication token, you can configure it in the "Expose" tab of the preferences window.
Or you can use the CLI:
expose token YOUR_TOKEN_HERE
Once you configured your authentication token, you can share your sites by running
herd share in the site directory that you want to share.
cd ~/Herd/example-site herd share # Share a linked site:herd share http://your-local-site.test # You can share a secured site with:herd share https://your-secure-local-site.test
You can specify a subdomain or server region for best performance and by adding parameters for them to the
herd share https://example-site.test --subdomain=my-project-name --server=us-1
#Sharing sites via ngrok
If you prefer to use ngrok, you can learn how to configure ngrok in the Valet documentation.