In this gig I will create a copy of your website that can be viewed offline (even WordPress!). In order for it to function offline all files will be saved locally as .html files. If there are any references to outside scripts / images / etc from an external source, these will be downloaded as well. So, if your site uses jQuery for something like an image or content slider on the home page, it will still work on the offline version! The final file will be a .zip that contains all the contents that you can view by opening the "index.html" file.
It is recommended that you should create an offline version of your website every now and then (my recommendation is at least 2 or 3 times per year), just in case your website crashes, gets hacked, or the server that your website is saved on explodes or falls victim to a natural disaster. This way, you can save a completely portable copy of your website on something like a CD, DVD, or even USB thumb / zip drive.