The ability to capture full webpages screenshots is quite important for web designers, it is however not available in many screen capture tools. The following tools are designed to let you do just that (and sometimes more).
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?
Fast&Simple extension to capture the whole webpage. Even long pages are saved in one image file. This extension lets you save PNG/JPG image of any webpage. Just one click. Read a detailed review at: http://www.vikitech.com/2041/easily-full-webpage-screenshots-chrome Your privacy is important, therefore this is a local extension. It means that the extension doesn't send ANYTHING to any server. It can work even when there is no internet connection. [privacy] The notice you see about having access to your history and website data is automatically generated because Webpage Screenshot uses chrome extensions api. Be sure that it doesn't look at your private data! A researchers from UC Berkeley tested and review the source code of this extension. It's is also 100% CLEAN award granted by Softpedia: http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Internet-Utilities/Webpage-screenshot-for-Chrome.shtml Two comments about chrome extensions: 1. Extensions don't work in this gallery. So try it in other websites. 2. After first installation, you need to reopen current tabs to use the extensions. If you like it, I'd appreciate if you'd rate it below -- and tell your friends! If you don't rate it 5 stars, let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) what you didn't like, so we can fix it ASAP Top 10 Main Features: ----------------- 0. Saving as MHTML 1. Drawing Tools: Line, Ellipse, Rectangle, Arrow 2. Add Text. 3. Fast Crop. 4. Start Edit before image ready. 5. Upload and share: Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, MySpace 6. Print: Send directly to printer 7. Save to HD: The only extension that let you save large images to your HD, (not 2MB limit) 8. Capture local files: Can capture "FILE://" 9. Color Picker: Remember the last color you used. 10. Can capture horizontal websites) Other Features: * copy to clipboard. * delete images that you have shared. and many more... Auto Update: Install today and you will be notified about future updates. Changelog: (http://www.webpagescreenshot.info/?t=changelog) Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/aminaExtensions Contact: email@example.com Suggestion: http://www.google.com/moderator/#16/e=13579 watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xQDAD9z2tkw
4. Paparazzi (OSX only)
A tiny app that does one thing, take full page screenshots. And yes, it’s free.
6. Web Screen Capture
- Create full size screenshots of website pages.
- Supports JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP image formats.
- Supports command line usage.
- Supports batch convert with command line.
- Simple, very fast and easy-to-use.
- Freeware, not paid for use.
This software is freeware, you can use it free, on need install, you can run straight. WebScreenCapture v1.7 (910KB) – Download
7. Screen Capture Elite
Screen Capture Elite lets you copy or save any visible, complete or selected region or a webpage and save it as a jpeg or png image file. Full instructions on how to use Screen Capture Elite can be found on website here: http://www.grizzlyape.com/addons/screen-capture-elite/instructions.php
8. Screenshot 1.9.1
Capture and upload a webpage screenshot to UploadScreenshot.com. Screenshots are hosted free of charge with no advertisements.
Con: Rendering takes long and it can’t capture Flash content.
About this Add-on
This add-on adds a small screenshot capture button to the top right of your browser. There are several options for capture, including uploading the visible area of the browser only or uploading the entire web page. Screenshots are uploaded to the free screenshot hosting website UploadScreenshot.com.
A quick demo video can be viewed at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaZk_mwGNvc
“Screenshots” are often also referred to as a: screen grab, screen capture, print screen, etc. The add-on is free to use, and the UploadScreenshot.com site is advertisement free.
See here: http://www.uploadscreenshot.com/ff-tutorial
Optional, Free, User Accounts
User accounts allow you to describe, delete, view, and search through the text contents of your screenshots. For screenshots taken with the addon a link back to where the screenshot was taken is shown in your private account.
Screenshots taken while logged in to the site will automatically be added to your account. If you are not logged in when you upload a screenshot you will be given one chance to login right after the upload to claim the screenshot, adding it to your account.
Sign up page: http://www.uploadscreenshot.com/signup