You can use WAMP Server to install a forum software or CMS offline without internet.
This one has my top vote.
The forum software is PHP script on the server.
THE simplest way to duplicate a served forum page is to actually serve a forum page!
WAMP and XAMPP are full featured Apache web server development platforms, and are fairly easy to install and run.
Just get it going and install your favorite forum software.
These servers are designed for local testing of web server configs and function so you can polish off a thing before taking it live on a true web-connected server.
You then can serve yourself your own forum pages, or any kind of service, really. You can actually use it as a live webserver, but it's not recommended, as all the security features are disabled for you from the start. You have to enable the ones you need yourself.
WAMP (WampServer) is great; personally, I use XAMPP (Apache Friends)- compare them to see which is right for you:https://www.google.c...q=xampp vs wamp
I want an offline way to compose text documents with the same features that the forum posing mechanics offer. I write A LOT of personal essays and studies and it'd be very convenient to have such features.
Spoiler tags to keep things neat and organized. A click-to-show function, essentially. To organize long lists and such. And the ability to play videos directly inside the body of text, instead of having to open a web browser. Composing the document would happen offline, but of course to play the video there'd be a connection.
You could use a free forum, but you might find Wordpress or Drupal very useful, and they're not as fat as your typical forum packages.
Also, if you have the video (or any content) locally, bingo. But you'd have to edit the link to it though if you want to take your page live on a externally-hosted server.