Today, let me introduce to you one the simplest but very useful web tools you can ever use.
Have you ever wanted to save a screen capture of a web page, only to find out that it has only captured part of the page that is visible to the browser ? – how about the ones left at the bottom. Either way, what you’ll do is do several screen captures of the whole web page and maybe seam them on together.
Well, not now.
This software or Google Chrome Extension has been with us for a long time. Till I need to capture my portfolio website, that I tried gleaning the Chrome extensions came across this cute tiny screen capturing extension.
This cute drop of software was developed by Peter Coles – a software engineer that hails from New York City. He graduated with degree in computer science at MIT in 2007.
You can learn more about Peter Coles here.
Perter simply called his genius as Full Page Screen Capture. It captures the whole page of a website a will. After installation, a cute camera icon will appear at the upper right hand corner of the Chrome browser. Click it and consider everything as done. It will capture every visible area of your within the browser limit. Clean the easy. It doesn’t include tabs and sliders – just the page from headers to footers.
» One-click full page screen capture. No hibby-gibbys.
» Captures full page of a website, downwards or sideways.
» Content-conscious capturing. Captures only the inside working part of the website.
» No problem with sticky website header. It gets it done.
» Captures at high-resolution. No problem.
» Opens in separate page for you to chose what more to do with it.
» You’re given the choice to save it as PNG, PDF or JPEG.
The of this hefty-feature software is made available by Peter at GitHub. Go get it!
Below are the screen grab samples of one of my websites – ADAMS PROJECT. If you can see, it captures that entire website from header to footer. I wonder how this will do with Facebook news feed with thousands of news piling up down to the bottom.
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