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I have lot of website (css3 and html5). I want to put that as a portfolio page. But System capture almost half of website only.

I browsed for that. Some website capture full screen short,.. But they need url in online.


But my website projects are in my computer only. I am not uploading that.

Is Any Idea to get full screen Shot website which is in offline.

Thanks in advance.

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With it being Summer 2014 as I am writing this, the accepted answer does not seem up to date anymore, or at least does not work for me. See my answer below for a solution that works for me. :) – Ben Jun 5 '14 at 5:42
up vote 5 down vote accepted

Try this Chrome Plugin WebpageScreenshot.
It allows you to take a screenshot of the complete page or just the visible area with an option to auto save


Fireshot for firefox provides you similar functionality for firefox.
As jdh pointed out if you are using the latest version of chrome you can always print your screen to pdf by going to the print menu and selecting Print to PDF as destination.

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+1 Very Thanks Shark. – Sagotharan Feb 10 '12 at 12:46
No one extension not working in local. – Sagotharan Feb 16 '12 at 5:42
@Sagotharan i guess then you will have to stick to print to pdf – Shekhar Feb 16 '12 at 8:09
@shakeher Thanks.. – Sagotharan Feb 16 '12 at 10:43

The following solution has solved this problem for me:

  1. Download and install Full Page Screen Capture from

  2. After the installation is finished, go to "Tools\Extensions"

  3. Look for "Full Page Screen Capture" and tick the box "Allow access to file URLs"

Now you can capture images from local/file URLs :)

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Print to a PDF file. Odds are your PC has a PDF print driver already installed. This is nicer to present if its more than one screen long, giving your viewer the ability to page thru the results.

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You can Snagit!!

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At last, I found a suitable software. WebPage Thumbnailer is very easy to use and does not cost much.

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