Right-click anywhere within your web page and click on the “Inspect” option to open the developer tools. You should see a split screen similar to the one below.
You have to scroll to the very beginning of your web page so that the screenshot feature doesn’t distort some elements like sticky headers.
Now, hit “Ctrl + Shift + P” on your keyboard and scroll down the menu until you get to “Capture full-size screenshot”.
Your screenshot will be saved in your downloads directory.
It’s as simple as that.
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