WordPress always needs a server unless downloaded to static HTML pages with tools like https://wordpress.org/plugins/export-wp-page-to-static-html/. After using such a plugin and having a local HTML folder, you can use the fallback mode of WebViewGold. This mode uses an HTML folder if the user is offline and uses a remote URL he/she is online. However, on iOS, you may need to eliminate the subfolders in your “local-www” folder (e.g., “js” and “CSS”) and put all the files they contain into the main folder (“local-www”). A search & replace program can help adjust the HTML file path references fast and uncomplicated. Enjoy!