Taking screenshots of a web page can be tricky, particularly if you want to take a screenshot of the entire website. And a simple print screen or snippet tool won’t do – these methods can only take a screenshot of what’s currently visible in your desktop. There are tips and tools you can use to get that full-length screenshot you are looking for. And here’s the list:
- Print the page as a PDF file. Usually applicable for Windows and Mac users, you just need to hit on Ctlr P or print page and you’ll be given an option to print the complete webpage as a pdf file. You also have the option to save it as a PDF file. This method can be used when you need the entire document on the website as a print out, saves you time in transferring it in a word doc.
- Use third party tools. The basic snippet tool won’t do, it only does copy screen and then you can save it as how you see it in your screen. There are third party tools you can use to capture that whole screenshot and here’s a few:
Some of these third party tools are free but most of them you’ll need to purchase to get their full features and are quite expensive. But if you’re looking for a tool that can help out in your day to day job to take a complete webpage screenshot from forum sites with very long conversation, Facebook conversation, or my YouTube comments, as well as recording your screen and other premium features don’t hesitate to invest with these kind of tools.
- Use a Web based tool to capture a complete web page. You can use Screen Capture tool at CtrlQ.org click here or you can use Web Capture click here. Both can be utilized for free and works pretty, also allows you to choose the image format you want for the screenshot.
Another web based tools you can use: Awesome screenshot
These web based tools are perfect for once off captures you may need randomly.
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