How to take the Screenshot of the full website

Google Chrome actually has a hidden feature that can capture the screenshot of the full website (all the scrolling is not needed) that you are visiting and save it as a png file. 

The only problem is it’s well hidden and normal mortals cannot easily find it.

Chrome’s Hidden Treasure, The Screenshot

Here are the steps to follow:

On the page, you want to take a screenshot

For Windows Users:

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + I 
  2. Then Press Ctrl + Shif + P
  3. On the search bar, type a screenshot.
  4. You will see a series of options, choose Capture Full Size Screenshot from the list or any other if you like. The screenshot will be saved in your downloads folder.

 For Mac Users.

  1. Press CMD + Shift + I 
  2. Then Press CMD + Shif + P
  3. On the search bar, type a screenshot.
  4. You will see a series of options, choose Capture Full Size Screenshot from the list or any other if you like. The screenshot will be saved in your downloads folder.

It’s that easy.

By the way, I came to know from my friend that Edge users can do this with just CTRL+SHIFT+S. Please try it once and let me know once if it works.

1 thought on “How to take the Screenshot of the full website”

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