Capture an entire web page into a single image

runs on Windows
screenshot of WebShot

Taking screenshots of web pages is a way of life. Maybe you've created a new page or site and need to show it to a client. Maybe you're documenting your work and want to grab a whole page to stick onto a report. Either way, it's not easy to capture a whole page. Use your machine's standard screen print functionality, and you're going to grab the visible portion of the web page at best, but if your page is longer than that, you're pretty much out of luck. Or you can save your screen as a PDF, but now you've taken one continuous screen and stuffed it into a multiple-page document. That's not really what you had in mind either.

WebShot lets you capture the whole page—not just the visible portion—into a single file—no multiple pages here. If your page is 2500 pixels tall, for example, then your screenshot file is going to be 2500 pixels tall. You get the whole page with none of the traditional limitations. You can save into several different image file formats, so you can use your pretty pictures however you want.

WebShot is a Windows app. It runs under Windows 2000 or later. You'll also need the most recent version of Internet Explorer to make things work right.

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2 Responses to “Capture an entire web page into a single image”

  1. peter says:

    firefox + screengrab!