A good way to make a screenshot of my Website?

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Hello everyone,

Anyone know of a good way to make a screenshot of one's website?

The reason why I'm asking is cause the last time I did this, I scrolled down my page and took 3 separate screenshots (i.e. top of page, middle of page and bottom of page) and then put them together.

There's got to be an easier way to do this? Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author logoartistdesign
    1.Go to the Chrome Web store and search for "screen capture" in the search box.
    2.Select the "Screen Capture (by Google)" extension and install it. ...
    3.After installation, click on the Screen Capture button on the Chrome toolbar and select Capture Whole Page or use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Alt+H.
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  • Profile picture of the author mslisalisa
    Hi Dan, you can try the following websites to generate thumbnails/screenshots of your website:
    1) http://www.page2images.com/
    2) https://www.thumboo.com/
    3) https://thumbnail.ws/
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  • Profile picture of the author olympiadillinger
    Try to add some screen capture tools/extensions in your browser. I would suggest for FireShot Entire Screenshot for Google Chrome. After installing this extension you can use short keys like "Ctrl+Shift+Y" to capture entire page or you can find capture menu by clicking extension icon near search bar like this-
    https://prnt.sc/h63lyc
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Lovett
    I used to use a couple of different screen capture softwares but it's not necessary anymore. On my Macbook Pro the easiest was is to push 'Command' 'Shift ' '4' on the keyboard at the same time, then just drag the cursor over area to capture. It saves as a jpg file on my desktop. I love it! Easy and Free.
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  • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
    I'm not sure. But it seems that most of the info provided in the replies in this thread deals with either making a screen capture of only the top portion of the website or to actually make thumbnails?

    However, what I really want is to actually make a screenshot of my whole website and not just the top portion.

    For instance, shown below is actually a screenshot of the whole page:

    Dansbanners.com Screenshot

    However, what I did was to first screen capture the top portion of the above page, then the middle, then the bottom. And then paste them together in photoshop. Thus why I was wondering if there was a more practical or less tedious way to do this?

    Unless I'm missing something in your replies in this thread?

    Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author YourGoToWriter
    You can try doing this: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-t...age-in-chrome/

    Using multiple screenshots and combining them using Photoshop can be very exhausting. Using the Chrome method should get it done -Micah
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  • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
    Doing the research I eventually settled on this Firefox Add-on:

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ddon/fireshot/

    And here's another good one for the Chrome users:

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...ndjkmgjaogfceg

    Thank you all for the information provided in this thread!
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  • Profile picture of the author albertabramchuk
    You can click the print screen button on your keyboard. Then edit them in photoshop or another image editor.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Originally Posted by albertabramchuk View Post

      You can click the print screen button on your keyboard. Then edit them in photoshop or another image editor.
      That I know which I already did as stated in my op above. However, it only screen captures the visible portion of the screen. And doesn't necessarily screen capture the whole web page all at once. See my post before yours as the solution.
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  • Profile picture of the author frankl
    Originally Posted by dansbanners View Post

    Hello everyone,

    Anyone know of a good way to make a screenshot of one's website?

    The reason why I'm asking is cause the last time I did this, I scrolled down my page and took 3 separate screenshots (i.e. top of page, middle of page and bottom of page) and then put them together.

    There's got to be an easier way to do this? Thanks.
    I use Nimbus capture, a Firefox addon. It's got loads of options. Worth to try.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Originally Posted by frankl View Post

      I use Nimbus capture, a Firefox addon. It's got loads of options. Worth to try.
      Using Mozilla Firefox, I found this to be a good one. 100% accurate. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Marani
    Use this Chrome extension. has over 2 million installs and I've been using it for years.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    If you want to capture public webpage, this is a good one to me.
    http://archive.is/
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  • Profile picture of the author roboscripts
    I use https://thumbnail.ws/, works fine for me
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  • Profile picture of the author DripRevenue
    I use the Chrome Extension called Screen Capture. It gives you the option to either capture a section of a website or the entire page. Once you made a selection on what you want to capture, it will pop up in a separate tab for you to preview. Then, you can right click on the image to save it or you can go back and try it again if you are not satisfied. It is probably my favorite Chrome Extension ever.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mam Buzz
    Press print screen button on your keyboard. Open any image editor. For Windows I would suggest "Paint" Now create a new file and press CTRL+V. Now your screenshot is captured in file. Save the file. That's it.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Originally Posted by Mam Buzz View Post

      Press print screen button on your keyboard. Open any image editor. For Windows I would suggest "Paint" Now create a new file and press CTRL+V. Now your screenshot is captured in file. Save the file. That's it.
      That'll only make a screenshot of the visible part of the screen. Whereas I wanted to know of a good way to make a screenshot of the whole page at once. Shown above in this thread are some good info and answers.
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  • Hey,

    You can use Awsome Screenshots plugin for chrome.
    It is the best of plugins I have ever seen.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Originally Posted by StarsLaundromat View Post

      Print screen and put the images together on photoshop.
      I used to do that. That's a more tedious way to do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepak2810
    You can use opera mini. It is the easiest way to take
    How to screenshots in PC
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepak2810
    check this out. One of the easiest way to take screenshots

    How to take screenshots
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Hodgins
    There are tons of great suggestions here.

    May I suggest my personal favourite...

    https://www.techsmith.com/screen-capture.html

    There's a free trial if you don't want to spend the money on the full version.

    It can capture a full scrolling web page VERY easily without multiple screenshots.

    Hope that helps with another potential solution.

    ~Jay
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  • Profile picture of the author excellencecode
    Awesome screenshot is good to take the screenshot. You can download it from google chrome web store as extension
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  • Profile picture of the author Klark Devlin
    I understand that you need not just screenshots of the site, but you want to monitor its work. For this there is a special tool host-tracker.com. Here you can get detailed reports about the work of the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author GoranDuskic
    Since Klark Devlin raised this old topic, I might as well chime in. I suppose I am a website screenshot freak myself.

    For the regular manual website screenshots, and screenshots, in general, I use Monosnap (free) because of video support and good old CMD + shift + 4. I am a Mac user, and I reviewed several options, you can find them here.
    https://whoapi.com/blog/3290/3-free-...tools-for-mac/

    In case you are a developer and you need an API that is making website screenshots (even thousands per minute) on an automated basis, my company built an API for that. Inside the console, you can manually look up one website, and get a thumbnail or a full page. This sounds exactly like what you need. Furthermore, there are advanced features, like getting a screenshot from a different GEO location, delaying the screenshot, etc... For this screenshot solution check this page.
    https://whoapi.com/screenshot_api

    And finally, the one screenshot service I use most. It's a domain manager in Webmaster.ninja. There I am tracking all my websites. I log in everyday, and instantly a screenshot of all my websites is loaded, and I can see how all of them are doing, without me opening them one by one. This makes it easy to track them because there's a lot of them.
    https://webmaster.ninja/

    I hope this helps and since I own these websites I'd be happy to give out limited free upgraded access. Just send a message after signing up, and mention this Warrior forum post.
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  • Profile picture of the author srdjanm
    You can try LightShot (https://app.prntscr.com/en/index.html).
    I've been using it for years...
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnathenMartin
    Add extension in Google Chrome i.e Nimbus Screenshot
    excellent tool for web page screenshot
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  • Profile picture of the author JimPreston
    Try it now Print Screen.
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    • Profile picture of the author dansbanners
      Originally Posted by JimPreston View Post

      Try it now Print Screen.
      As stated in some of the posts, Print Screen only prints the visible screen. Some of the tools mentioned in the discussion actually enables you to print the whole web page.
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  • Profile picture of the author portablesys
    Thanks for sharing these great tips. These are really a good information to know.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tushar Kurui
    You can use Numbus Screenshot & Screen Video Recorder on your browser.
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