Hi, I have a presentation this week to show a Website I designed, but the prospective client doesn't have an internet connection in the conference room...is there a way to run the site from my laptop locally? One issue is that even though I designed it, a friend did all the HTML on her Mac and I use PC...so I can't simply preview the site in Dreamweaver. The site is live online, not sure if there is a way to download it and then show it. Thanks for any direction.
if it's just html, all you have to do is make all your links and src paths non-absolute (i.e. for a pic - make the href something like "images/foo.gif" or "../images/foo.gif" instead of "http://creativecow.net/images/foo.gif" or "/images/foo.gif")...then you can just open up pages in a browser from your local drive (or a burned cd or whatever)...
if it has php or the likes, you can download and install the apache web server on your laptop - it's a very common way to make your laptop into a simple webserver that can serve up the files. for more on that, look at http://www.apache.org and google up "install apache windows" or the likes.
(and if you have os x, apache is on it by default - just google "os x webserver" or the likes to get hits on that)