Howto take a screenshot of the entire webpage in Google Chrome29th Jan 2024 | category: Browsers | Hits: 207
Yes, Google Chrome has a built-in tool that allows you to take a screenshot of the entire webpage. Here's how you can use it:
Open the webpage you want to capture in Google Chrome. We will use www.revisenow.net
Right-click on the page and select "Inspect" from the context menu. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl+Shift+I (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Option+I (Mac) to open the Developer Tools.
INCASE YOUR SCREEN OPENED IN MOBILE FORMAT
In the Developer Tools, look for the "Toggle Device Toolbar" icon. It looks like a small phone or tablet icon. You can also activate it by pressing Ctrl+Shift+M (Windows/Linux) or Cmd+Option+M (Mac).
Once the device toolbar is active, you will see options to choose the device type and screen resolution. You can leave it as is or select a specific device type.
Click on : (three dots) on the Developer Tools. A menu will appear, click on " Run Command" link.
A menu will appear, allowing you to capture a screenshot of the visible area or the full page. Choose "Capture full-size screenshot."
NOTE: A quickest way to find "capture full size screenshot" is to such under Run>
Google Chrome will automatically capture the entire webpage, and a preview of the screenshot will appear in a new tab.
In the new tab, you can right-click on the screenshot image and choose "Save image as..." to save it to your computer.
This feature is handy for capturing the entire content of a webpage, including the parts that might not be visible on the screen without scrolling.