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Take Screenshot of Full Web Page

The Print Screen key in Windows only takes screenshots of the visible area on the screen. This doesn't quite work when you want to take screenshots of long web pages that would require you to scroll down.
Here are a few tools that let you to take entire screenshot of a page.

Firefox users have choices. Screengrab is a Firefox addon that can take full screen shots.

Once installed, a small icon appears at the lower-right of your screen. Click it and go to -
Save >> Complete Page/Frame.
A Save dialog prompts you to save the screenshot as an image. This also grabs images of login protected pages; like that of your gmail inbox.

Internet Explorer users can consider a free program called Fireshot. Fireshot is also available for Firefox.

And if you don't want to install any software, check out free the web application at Aviary.

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posted by Vijeesh Ravindran, Thursday, July 30, 2009


2 Comments:

As a developer of FireShot, I'd like to say that FireShot is available for Firefox for free too (see http://screenshot-program.com/fireshot).

Can it be added to your blogpost?
@susbox - Thanks for the info. Updated the post.