Is there a way to copy-paste website content with formatting in Google Chrome? Perhaps an extension that gives such an option?
Well, Chrome, or any modern browser, when copying your selection, will always copy the HTML (i.e., with formatting). The software you're pasting it into, however, need to support this (most office programs do, but you might need to select "Paste Special" or Ctrl+Shift+V).
Still, the browser will only copy the HTML, but not the styles associated with it, so any indirect formatting through CSS rules will most likely not be copied and, in fact, it would be very difficult to copy them.
Like Stefan said, any browser will copy the html, but you need to paste it into a program that will recognise it.
This is something I've been trying to do today, and there are some great wysiwyg editors you can use:
I wish there was a preview mode for these, but well, they work!
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