[FoRK] How does one save a rendered page?

Udhay Shankar N <udhay at pobox.com> on Sun Oct 7 21:17:51 PDT 2007

On 10/8/07, Russell Turpin <deafbox at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Suppose one has finished a transaction over the web where one then wants
> to save the contents of the final page.

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> I realize this is somewhat an open question, since there is no real
> definition of what counts as a rendered page, short of the image itself.
> One cut might be saving all displayed text. But what about text displayed
> via jpegs or flash or other non-textual means? The other extreme would be
> to capture the page itself as a jpeg. (Does anyone know browser plug-ins
> to support that? Screen capture doesn't quite work, since most pages are
> longer than my screen displays in one shot. I don't just want to do this.
> I want it to be convenient.)

One way would be to just "print" the page to a PDF. Would this work
for your purposes?

Udhay

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