Taking a screenshot of the various web sites out there on the Web is usually done for a slew of reasons. Sometimes it is done to help you debug a web application, other times it might be done to show off a future design. No matter what your reason, I have six great Firefox add-ons that will make capturing an image of a web site a very easy thing to do.
Screenshot Pimp – Need a screen shot? Screenshot Pimp lets you easily save images of web pages with multiple options for selection, output destination, and image type.
Abduction! – Adds a right click option to take screenshots of an entire web page or just part of a web page to save as an image.
FireShot – This is a Firefox extension that creates screenshots of web pages (entirely or just visible part). Unlike other extensions, this plugin provides a set of editing and annotation tools.
Talon: Screen Capture & Aviary.com Quick Launch – Take screen shots and edit images directly from your browser with Aviary.com applications.
Snapper – This add-on allows users to designate an area of a web page for a focused snapshot, cutting out the additional work needed for cropping unnecessary information.
Screengrab – It will capture what you can see in the window, the entire page, just a selection, or a particular frame. You can then save the screen capture as a file or to the clipboard.
Have another favorite, or which of these tools have suited your needs the best? Be sure to let us know in the comments which one you like best.