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Once everything is loaded, you'll want to save it with your browser. In Chrome, click the wrench icon and choose "Save page as..." In other browsers, look for a similar option in the "File" menu or equivalent.
Name the file anything you'd like. Make sure the "Web Page, Complete" type is chosen, or equivalent depending on your browser.
Navigate to where you saved the webpage. You should see something like this. Click on the HTML file you've saved to open it up.