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People who usually surf on web may sometimes see things interesting and want to share them with friendly immediately. Regarding such needs, there's nothing better than making a screenshot for the ...

People who usually surf on web may sometimes see things interesting and want to share them with friendly immediately. Regarding such needs, there's nothing better than making a screenshot for the webpages. Learn the best ways to create screenshot for webpages on diverse browsers.

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  • 1. How to Screenshot a Webpage There are many reasons for people to snapshot webpages. For instance, you might need to preserve the pages’ contents in case that they become unavailable some time later as the websites might be refreshed or even shut down. The best way to save webpages is to take screenshot of them. In the following parts, this article will show you how to screenshot a webpage without all the hassles. 1. Traditional Way to Screenshot Webpage Use Key Shortcuts on Windows The simplest way to take screenshots on Windows is to press the “Print Screen” key to capture the whole screen or the key combination of “Alt+Print Screen” to grab an active window. To take a screenshot of a webpage, you need to firstly navigate to the webpage you want. You’d better maximize the browser window so that the contents won’t be obscure on the screenshot. After that, simply press “Print Screen” key to snapshot the page. And then, go to Paint (“Start”> “Accessories”> “Paint”) and press “Ctrl+V” to paste the image on the board. Lastly, click the save button on the top menu to store the webpage screenshot to your local drive. But if you are using a Win 8 PC, the screenshot will be automatically saved under the Picture file. Use Key Combinations on Mac
  • 2. To take a screenshot of a webpage on Mac, you need to keep the browser with the webpage you need to snapshot on the top of other tasks, and press “Command+Shift+4”, and then, hit the “Spacebar”. Move your mouse over the webpage and click it. After that, the screenshot is done and you can find it on the desktop. This method helps you capture a webpage easily, but it only allows you to snapshot the visible contents on current screen rather than the entire page, which means the parts beyond the screen cannot be taken. In order to save an entire webpage, we can make use of a third-party tool. 2. Screenshot Entire Webpage with a Third-Party Tool Webpage Screenshot Capture is a free web-based application, which means you don’t have to install any software on your computer. It is specialized in taking screenshots of any scrolling webpages. This app also allows you to save the image in customizable format and quality. What’s more, you can store the image to the Cloud for free after you took the screenshot. To utilize this application, you can follow the steps below:  Go to your target webpage and copy its URL.  Navigate to Webpage Screenshot Capture, paste the URL into the address bar, hit “Take Screenshot” and wait till the processing is done.
  • 3.  When the full webpage screenshot is generated, you can customize its format and quality as you like. And then, you can either choose “Save image as a file” to store it as local file or click “Save online” to upload it to the web server. If you save it online, you will receive a direct link, a BB-Code link and a HTML link of this image, which can be used in forum threads and social sharing. In addition to that, you are also able to share the image to Google+, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest directly by clicking the social buttons on the same window.