We have all found a few Web sites we’d like to save to read later or read offline. You could just bookmark the Web page and come back to it later. You can also save the Web page to your own hard drive. Firefox makes it easy and simple to save any Web page, anytime you feel the need.

Say you are on a Web site you really like, and you want to save the text of the Web site to read later. All you need to do is open it up in Firefox. Next click on “File” and then “Save Page As…”.

That will bring up a box that lets you select where on your computer you’d like to save the Web page in question. Select where you want to put it, and the file name, then hit save. That is all you have to do!

Now navigate yourself into the folder where you saved the Web page. You should see the HTML document and a folder with almost the same name. It might be a little different depending on the Web page you saved.

Inside that is all the CSS and images that were on the Web page you saved. Double click the HTML file, and there you have the Web page you saved. It is no longer Online, it is saved onto your computer.