Display a website where no internet exists

  Graham. 09:30 10 May 10
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I would like to display a website using my laptop in a house where there is no internet connection.

I could just save a number of stills of the web pages, but is there an easier way, please?

  AlanHo 09:53 10 May 10

If you use internet explorer - open to the page you need to save.

Then click on "File" in the menu bar
Click "Save As"
Browse to where you want to save the file and choose the "Save As" type
Save it.

To open the file in the other house - browse to it and double click.

Links on the page will not work if you are not connected to the internet - so you will need to save evry page of interest separately.

  Taff™ 10:19 10 May 10

Try this which I use to do the same when I do any presentations to clients. click here HTTrack Website Copier

  Graham. 10:25 10 May 10

Thanks, I'll try that. It's a MS Small Business website, may not be compatible, will report back.

  Graham. 13:49 10 May 10

No luck so far with HTTrack, would you like to try it on click here for me. please?

  Seth Haniel 14:24 10 May 10

select Favorites - Add to Favorites - tick box 'make available off line'

that may work

  rdave13 15:53 10 May 10

A list of offline browsers. WebCopier looks good.

click here

  Graham. 16:04 10 May 10

Always miss the easy one. That works without going to Favourites. Go to the site, make it Home page, and visit every page.

Then go File, Work Offline, switch off.

Now when I switch on, open Firefox, I can browse the site.

Thanks very much.

rdave13, I'll keep yours in reserve.

  Taff™ 16:10 10 May 10

That was tricky. Got it to work of sorts but not perfectly. Had to manually add URL`s and filters but looks like you`re sorted now?

  Graham. 17:00 10 May 10

Thanks, yes.

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