Taking a screenshot of your computer screen is quite easy with the default keyword shortcuts. But what if you need to capture full webpage screenshots? Here are 3 best and simplest ways you can use to take screenshots of a webpage as one continuous image and preserve it exactly as it appears to a viewer. Let’s get into it.
Capture Full Webpage Screenshots
Using a Standalone Screenshot Tool
Although the vast majority of operating systems including Windows 10 have built-in screen recording and capturing tools, these tools are typically pretty basic. These may work well in capturing parts of your screen, however, there’re some bell and whistles of such tools when it comes to capture full webpage screenshots.
Luckily, there are dozens of third-party screen capturing tools that come with ‘scrolling capture’ or ‘full page’ capture feature. One such tool is FastStone Capture that lets you capture full webpage screenshots by its Toolbar button or by pressing the Ctrl + Alt + PrtScn hotkey.
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Using a Browser Plugin
Standalone screen capture tools are awesome if you use them on a regular basis. But if you only need to capture full webpage screenshots once in a while then it makes more sense to use a browser-based tool.
After testing a handful of browser extensions out there, we found Nimbus Screenshot the best to take a screenshot of an entire webpage. The extension is available for free for both Firefox and Chrome. Plus, it has a nice and clean interface, boasting no navigation issues. Just one click and it captures and aligns the image for you. Once you’re done with the capture, you can save the image to your PC or upload it to Slack or Google Drive.
Using Web-Based Tool
Need to send a one-off capture to your boss immediately? You don’t require to install something as long as the webpage in question is publicly accessible. All you need to do is just use the Web-Capture.net or full page Screen Capture tool at CtrlQ.org.
Although both tools do the job fine enough, Web-Capture has an edge on two fronts: it enables you to specify the format of an image and provides support for capturing via the bookmarklet.
These were the 3 best ways to capture full webpage screenshots. Which method you’re going to use? Share with us via the comments section below.
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