Or, you could even take the help of third-party software. But in this case, you must give him permission to read everything on your screen. This would not be an optimal solution in all scenarios. So, in this guide, we've provided a workaround for capturing screenshots of the entire page with the help of Chrome at one time without it being necessary to combine multiple captures. d & #39; screen. In addition, we would not use any Chrome extensions or third-party applications. The trick works pretty well in the stable version of Chrome as well as. Let's see how that could be done. However, if you want to take partial screen shots on your Android device, check out our detailed guide.
Capture a complete page Screenshots
- On your Chrome browser, open the web page where you need to capture the screen.
- You must now access the console window. Click on the three vertical points at the top right.
- Go to Other Tools and select the development tools option. You can also do the same thing using the Ctrl + Shift + I Keyboard shortcuts.
- This will open the Console window. You do not have to write code here. Go to the top bar and click on three vertical buttons. This would be the last option on the left side of your screen.
- Finally, click on Screen capture in full size. That's it. The full-screen screen capture will now be captured by the Chrome browser.
So these are the steps needed to capture screenshots of the full page in Chrome. But there is another amazing feature to discuss here. Chrome also allows you to take screenshots of different screen resolutions. For example, it allows you to take screenshots of the entire page, exactly what it will look like in Galaxy S5, Pixel 2, iPhone X, Pro iPad, Microsoft Lumia 520, Kindle Fire HDX, Blackberry Z30 and many more. other. Even then, if you are unable to find the resolution you need, you can create your own screen resolution, and then take screenshots with the help of the Chrome browser. Follow the instructions below for the same thing.
Take Custom Size Screenshots
- Open the Chrome browser and navigate to the web page of your choice.
- Head to the development tools option (Ctrl + Shift + I). This time, click on the Toggle Device Toolbar icon to the left of elements option. You can also use the Ctrl + Shift + M shortcut for the same.
- Click on Sensitive Keyword present on the left side of your screen, as shown in the screen capture above.
- This will open a drop-down list with the names of various devices. Choose the one from which you want to capture the screenshot with Chrome. However, if you are not happy with these choices, there are many more.
- To access other screen resolutions, select Edit from the drop-down list. You can now choose from a long list of available devices. If you are looking for the resolution of the laptop, select Laptop with HiDPI or Laptop with MDPI, according to the display requirements of your smartphone.
- However, if you want to add a custom screen resolution, follow these steps. In this tutorial we will add a Pixel 4XL screen resolution. To do this, click on Add a custom device. It will also be present under Edit menu, at the top. But if you do not know what display resolution to add, take a look at the guide on display resolution Explained: What is FHD, QHD, UHD, 4K, 5K, 8K?
- You just need to enter three fields: Device name, width, and Size. Here we entered Pixel 4Xl as the device name, with a width of 1440 and a height of 3040. Once done, click Add.
- Now go to the Sensitive option again. Now you will see that your newly created device has been added.
- To capture the resolution screenshot of the newly added device via Chrome, click on three vertical dots and select Capture screenshots in full size.
With this, we conclude the guide on how to capture screenshots of the full page in Google Chrome. In addition, we also discussed the steps to take to capture a custom size screen. Let us know your opinion on this amazing hidden chrome screen capture method, described in the comments below.
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