When it comes to screen capture utilities, the Mac is well blessed. At the free end of the range of apps that capture Mac screen images, is the Mac itself. Hit the right keystroke combination and you can capture a whole screen, part of a screen, or even an app’s window. Apple also gives Mac users the Grab too (located in Applications > Utilities) with other easy-to-use screen grabbing options.
What if you want to grab a whole web page from within Safari? That’s easier said than done. Safari can save websites as an archive file, but that’s not a graphic. Most other tools can grab what you can see of a web page in Safari but if the website is displayed beyond the bottom of Safari, off the screen, you’re out of luck. A captured image of the web page will be truncated.
Web Snapper to the rescue. How it works could not be much easier. All Web Snapper does is capture a whole web page as an image. It starts with the website’s URL. If you’re in Safari, simply grab the URL and drop it into Web Snapper.
Web Snapper downloads the site, and behind the scenes, creates an image of the whole web page, including the part you’d have to scroll down to view in Safari.
No cut and paste. No cropping multiple screen shots. Just drop the URL onto Web Snapper and a few seconds later you get a single graphic image of the whole web page.
For what it’s worth, that’s all Web Snapper does. No extra frills, bells, or whistles. Just web pages captured to an image which you can save, upload, or send via email.