5 Easy Full Webpage Screen Capture Solutions
Posted: 2011-05-07 by David Hatchard
If you don’t want to bother installing some software just for this single task, Capturefullpage.com will be handy for you. It allows to simply take screenshots of a full web page. To make it even more useful, try adding a custom search shortcut for that URL field if you are using Firefox.
2. Screengrab Firefox extension
Adds a little button to your browser with a drop-down option to grab the full-page, the visible part or just a selection. It can also be used anywhere in the page with a simple right-click. Get it on Firefox extension repository.
3. Webpage screenshot Chrome extension
For the Google Chrome users out there, this extension will let you save full web pages in a snap. In addition, the extension allows you to edit picture, write comments, draw on it and share it with your friends via Gmail. Who said awesome?
4. Paparazzi (OSX only)
A tiny app that does one thing, take full page screenshots. And yes, it’s free.