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I'm looking for a tool (free/paid) to help me in reviewing my website style and interface. Such as: explain the content of the home page (footer, header, ...), take snapshots, and write comments on them.

I know this can be done using print screen and MS Paint, but I need a more professional tool to use.

Thank you in advance.

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I'm assuming your annotating live websites (such as I used a tool when teaching, called Diigo. It allows you to stick annotations on to web pages, and if you have friends added to this service then they'll be able to view remarks you've made. There is also a cool toolbar for Firefox that expands on this services usability.

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best answer up to now :-) .... thanx – sara jones Dec 9 '10 at 12:48
No problem! :-) – mickburkejnr Dec 9 '10 at 14:36

If you use Safari, Coda Notes is an extension that allows you to directly annotate and send screenshots as email from your browser.

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