This question is only concerning references to non-permanent (and even semi-permanent) information, for example, Web pages (but not limited to web pages).
I understand that some researches post the normal author, year, time, etc... and the URL of a referenced non-permanent Web Page.
I've heard that some readers or reviewers may object to reference any non-permanent source. To eliminate these complaints, am I allowed to simply include the original web page, saved as a PDF file, as as an attachment, with the research paper? (to, for example, IEEE)?
Can I include the PDF referenced web pages, via arXiv? (as part of the published research paper).
Can I reference the PDF referenced web pages, via PDF files I host on Google drive (or something similar)?
I'm aware that in certain situations, you should not reference a Web page. However, that is not my question (and in certain situations, it is OK to reference web pages; for example, if your study is showing how the web page changes over time :-) ).