From time to time, we follow a link on our favourite website and this leads to further websites that look interesting, but do not want to add to our bookmarks. One option would be to print the homepage, although sometimes the page will result in a low quality image, or often it won’t print at all if it is made up of dynamic content. The other option is to take a screengrab of the current web page, perhaps for reference purposes, and then store them for future reference. If you’re a web developer, you can also refer to these grabs for ‘inspiration’ when designing a new site.
WebShot 1.52 is a single purpose tool, taking grabs of desired websites then exporting the grabs as images. The grabs taken can be adjusted, printed and stored for use at a later date. There is also a professional version benefiting from a more extensive feature set and interface
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