Safari, Apple’s browser for iOS, has a built-in screenshot feature that allows you to capture complete webpages on your iPhone or iPad and share them elsewhere.
How to screenshot on Mac
While Safari for Mac lacks a comparable capability, Firefox has, so you can easily capture whole webpages in macOS by following these steps.
- Download and install Firefox from the Mozilla website
- Launch Firefox on your Mac and visit the website from which you want to capture a full webpage as a screenshot.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the webpage in question so that any images set to lazy-load are displayed in full.
- Select Take Screenshot from the contextual menu by right-clicking (Ctrl-click) anywhere on the webpage.
- Click Save full page in the top-right corner of the browser window to save the entire webpage.
- Click Copy to copy the image to your clipboard, or Download to save the image PNG file to your hard drive in the framed capture that appears. The file will be saved to the same folder where Firefox saves its normal downloads.
NB: In step 4, you can select a portion of the page by dragging or clicking on it, and then save only that region by clicking Download, or you can save only the visible area of the page by choosing Save visible in the top-right corner.
You can also add a Screenshot button to the Firefox toolbar by customizing it. In the top-right corner of the browser window, click the Menu button (three lines). You’ll be sent to a special tab where you may drag and drop objects into and out of the overflow menu and toolbar.
Simply drag the Screenshot item to the toolbar (the cutting scissors icon), then click Done.