Wouldn’t it be great if you could capture full-page screenshots of entire webpages with the click of a button? Well you can with these very handy Firefox add-ons. Not only do they allow you to capture full-page screenshots, you can also screen grab a specified selection area or just what you see on the screen and then save the image to a file or the clipboard. Here are three FREE screen capture Firefox add-ons that worked well for me.
Fireshot is one of the better screen capture tools for Firefox as it offers users much more functionality than you’re standard screen capture tool. As well as being able to capture a webpage (in part or entirely) FireShot also offers users the ability to edit and add annotations to screenshots which can come in handy. The screen captures can then be saved to a number of supported image file types, copied to the clipboard, emailed, printed or even uploaded to a public screen hosting server to share with your colleagues. Best of all it’s free so why not try it out yourself?
Screengrab is a Firefox add-on that allows you to quickly and easily capture a full-page screenshot of a webpage. You can also capture just part of the page or what’s on the current screen too if you like. Once you add this ad-don to Firefox you can simply right-click on a webpage in your browser window and capture a screenshot of the page to a file or the clipboard.
Abduction is a simple Firefox add-on that allows you to capture an entire webpage or just part of a webpage and save the image to a file. While it lacks some of the features of the other screen capture tools, it works, it’s free to use and quick and easy to install.