how to convert html to jpg

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I often see people putting some web page snapshot on their frontpage. Is there anyone know how to convert it ?
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Open the page you want to capture in a browser. Hold "Alt" and tap the "Prnt Scrn" buttons on your keyboard. Open your image editor, like Photoshop, to a blank document and paste.
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where is the print screen located ? I didn't found any on my laptop.
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update:

i had found it but still doesn't work. I cant capture the image. thanks
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it works


thanks
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Good deal! :thumbsup:
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that is the kooles buttons print screen, because it is kool who it cna copy the whole screen for you, lol.
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Also, CTRL+ALT+PRT_SCRN is helpful as it will only copy the current window and not the full screen.
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ScienceOfSpock wrote:
Also, CTRL+ALT+PRT_SCRN is helpful as it will only copy the current window and not the full screen.


hmm that is interesting that is soo much kooler lol
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ScienceOfSpock wrote:
Also, CTRL+ALT+PRT_SCRN is helpful as it will only copy the current window and not the full screen.


On every Windows box I've ever had, PRNT SCRN captures the whole desktop and ALT + PRNT SCRN captures the active window.
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hmm i havent heard any of them but i will try the both out.

hmm both of them just do a printscreen shot.
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On every Windows box I've ever had, PRNT SCRN captures the whole desktop and ALT + PRNT SCRN captures the active window.


Indeed you are correct. What the hell was I thinking?!?
I'm a keyboard shortcut junkie, and most of the time I just "do them" and have actually forgotten "what" they are without looking while I do them.

Other things that surprise me about keyboard shortcuts is that 2 applications can use different shortcuts for the same action, but I still remember which is which. For example, Save As. In Photoshop, it's CTRL+SHIFT+S, but in Ultraedit, it's F12, yet I never get the 2 mixed up.

I also like some of the windows shortcuts:
WINDOWS+M : Minimize all
WINDOWS+SHIFT+M : Restore all
WINDOWS+E : Open new Windows Explorer Window
WINDOWS+R : Run Command
WINDOWS+D : Desktop
WINDOWS+J : Search
WINDOWS+L : Quick Logoff (Leaves apps running)
CTRL+W : Close explorer window (either windows explorer or Internext Explorer)

Those are just a few of my fav's
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ScienceOfSpock wrote:
Indeed you are correct. What the hell was I thinking?!?


Been there, done that. :D

Great list of shortcuts. Right hand goes on the mouse, left hand on the keyboard, always. ;)
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Well what's diffrence between ALT+PrtScr and simply PrtScr ( I tried both, but didnt diffenciate, it captures all desktop), how can i print screen the page which has larger height than active window?, do i have to print screen twice and then merge them in editor, or is it any way to print screen whole in once.

please advise

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got it, but still cant diffrenciate alt+prtscr and crtl+alt+prtscr

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rajputkashyap wrote:
got it, but still cant diffrenciate alt+prtscr and crtl+alt+prtscr


As dM already pointed out, it's

PrtScr = Whole Desktop
Alt+PrtScr = Active Window

The Ctrl key doesn't feature in either of the shortcuts.

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Dave 8)
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A good html to jpg, png images converter is the one from hiqpdf
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I think there are many software convert html to jpg. you can capture and save images.
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There is no difference between "alt+prtscr and crtl+alt+prtscr". To Convert complete page into JPEG it is better to install virtual printing drivers such as "Virtual Image Printer driver" or "Zan Image Printer"
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if you are using firefox, they have a few add ons (can't remember the exact name) that copy the whole page, including the offscreen sections, which you can then paste into photoshop.

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