Use File>Save in your browser. Experiment a little bit with the different options, and you'll find a satisfactory solution, I'm sure.
The alternative would be to zip the whole copy of the site on your hard disk and mail that to her. Then after she unzips, she has a full copy to browse through.
Burning it to a CD and sending that by snail mail is a perfect alternative if the zip-file is too large to mail.
Hope this helps.
I am using XP Home SP2 the other party is using Vista.
I have created a family history web site (HTML-4) with several pages of info and pictures. A family member would like to d/l or capture the pages to her HD. What is the easiest way of getting this done? She doesn't have to be able to edit just view the pages. It would be nice if there were a way to advance through the site the same as on the web but even that isn't necessary. All I could think of was either copying and pasting into a word doc or e-mailing each page to herself and saving those into a folder.
Anyone have a better idea?