Safari for iOS allows you to take a screenshot of the full page on your iPhone or iPad. Unfortunately, the macOS Safari lacks this feature. However, you are not completely out of luck. Let me show you how to screenshot an entire webpage on Mac.
How to Take a Screenshot of an Entire Webpage on Mac
So, how does this hack work? Well, Mozilla Firefox allows you to capture a screenshot of a full page. So, in this guide, we will use this browser. Rated as one of the most loved browsers across platforms, Firefox is available for free. Before getting started with the steps, make sure to download this browser on your Mac.
Step 1: Open Firefox on your Mac.
Step 2: Now, head over to the website (like 360-reader.com) where you want to take a screenshot.
Step 3: Next, right-click or Control+click anywhere on the webpage and choose the Take Screenshot in the contextual menu.
Step 4: If you want to capture the entire webpage, click Save full page in the top-right corner of the browser window.
- Do note that you also have the option to drag or click on the page to select a specific area and then save that by clicking Download.
- Besides, you can also choose to save just the visible area of the page by clicking Save visible in the upper-right corner.
Step 5: In the framed capture that shows up, you can click Copy to copy the image to your clipboard or click Download to save the image PNG file to your hard drive.
That’s pretty much done! It’s worth pointing out that the file will be saved to the same folder you use as Firefox’s default download location.
There you have it! So, that’s how you can capture an entire webpage on your macOS device. From what I have experienced, this hack works pretty reliably. Let me know your feedback and whether or not this tip works for you.