Many of you would always wanted to capture a screenshot from the browser and sent to your friends or save to your desktop. For example, if I am getting an error from a website or when testing a website, I wanted to capture the screenshot of the page and inform the webmaster ot developer. Instead of opening another application for the functionality, I always wanted to have a better option to use directly from the browser. The screenshot functionality will be very useful for web designers, testers, content reviewers and bloggers.
FireShot is a Firefox extension that creates screenshots of web pages. This plugin provides a set of editing and annotation tools, which let users quickly modify captures and insert text and graphical annotations. It’s possible to choose whether entire web page or only visible part of this page should be captured. Screenshots can be saved to disk in various image formats (PNG, JPEG, BMP), copied to clipboard or emailed and sent to external editor for further processing.
This Flock extension allows you to save webpages (entire page or frame or visible portion or selection using your mouse) and flock windows (browser, blog, uploader) as PNG or JPG images. You can save these images to your file system, copy to the clipboard or even send them straight to the Flock’s photo uploader.