Hi there. This is a kind of odd problem I'm having, but I figure there has to be a way to do what I'm trying to do somehow... For work, I need to work with internally generated webpages that are basically just contain about 35 images. I generate the HTML, then pick a few images to work with further. (The images are coming from a much larger store that's impractical to work with "by hand", which is why we have the code to collect them onto webpages.) I do this on my laptop all the time and would also like to do it with my iPad. However, it's actually proving remarkably difficult to get a saved, local version of a webpage onto an iPad in a format it understands. I first tried saving the page in Webarchive format, but iOS Safari doesn't seem to be able to read this. There are a couple other apps I have that can open them (like QuickOffice), and it seems that I can copy the images from those apps to the clipboard, but there isn't any way to paste those images into any of the apps that allow me to save and manipulate the photos in the way that I want. If I open the webpage in Chrome or Firefox instead and try to save as a complete web page, it creates an ordinary HTML file and a folder of files in PHP format rather than ordinary graphcis files. No idea how this works. When you open the file on the laptop, this all works fine, but when I try to open them on iOS -- either by tapping the HTML file in DropBox or putting all the files on a public server and actually pointing iOS Safari at it -- the images are garbled. Any suggestions on other ways to deal with this would be helpful.