The problem with most screen capture methods is that a web page often scrolls off the bottom of the browser. How do you capture the whole page?
Capture What You Can’t See
Screen sections are easily captured on the Mac and saved as a graphic file which can be emailed or uploaded. Just remember the right keystroke combo, or, use Grab.
That works. And it’s free. But if a web page extends below the bottom of the browser window, out of sight, then you’re also out of luck.
Most web pages are longer than the browser window so how can you capture the whole page without scrolling, capturing, scrolling, capturing and splicing it all together in a single image?
Two words: Web Snapper. A number of Mac apps can capture entire web pages, regardless of length. Web Snapper does it with elegance and simplicity.
There’s not much to using Web Snapper, either. Drag a web site URL to the top of Web Snapper.
That’s almost all there is to it. Almost.
Web Snapper downloads the web site page from the URL. What you get is a file that looks exactly the way the web page looks in Safari.
Click to save the web page file to your Mac. It’s the whole page; including the parts below the bottom of the browser, off the screen.
The file can be emailed as a file, as an image, or as a multi-page PDF.
No cutting. No pasting. Drag, drop, click to save. Simple, right? Compare that to Webpage Capture, a much less expensive app that also captures the entire web page and saves it on your Mac.
Or, for free, you can back up and use Grab (in your Applications > Utilities folder), and grab, copy, paste, repeat.