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    Take Full-Length Screenshots Of Web Pages

    I found this tonight. I though it might prove useful from time-to-time.

    It will allow for the recording of a long webpage as an image without scrollbars on the image.

    I downloaded the app [freeware edition], installed it and used it to take a shot of http://www.edugeek.net

    The result is shown below.



    Link: Webshot

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    That's pretty cool!

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    Very nice if its free, I normally use snagit, been using it for years now too

    Screen Capture | Snagit | Screen capture software by TechSmith
    Last edited by Crowmanuk; 23rd November 2009 at 09:38 PM. Reason: cos I cant type in sentences it seems lol

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    I've always used Check Browser Compatibility, Cross Platform Browser Test - Browsershots

    Ok, it's not a download, but it does do it for you and will show you your web page in a variety of browsers and versions which you can choose.

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    Firefox + ScreenGrab add-on can do this too, although WebShot looks really handy for computers which do not have Firefox.

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    I normally just print to pdf any page im wanting.. it does add the date and the url on the top etc but it does me..

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    Or you could preface the target URL with:

    aviary.com

    Example: Full Length Screenshot of Edugeek.net

    [Original URL: aviary.com/edugeek.net]

    [Using this method there is no software to download/install. Can be slower for large webpages]
    Last edited by DaveP; 8th January 2010 at 01:33 PM.

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    FastStone Screen Capture - The Best Screen Capture Software

    Works on everything, and its free. Long documents, screen, shapes ect.



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