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BillLuvsU

I need a way to take an accurate "snapshot" of a webpage. Scripts and dynamic elements do not matter, and neither does how its saved as long as I can load it again later in a web browser. Looked through documentation and searched but no answers. Have a feeling I'm being stupid. Fast help would be appreciated, have a deadline.

Edit: Forgot to mention I need to save it locally and need to have it completely undependent on anything remote (In case the page is taken down at a later time)

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BillLuvsU

Would that grab the entire web page? Not just whats in the viewing area? Testing now.


[center][/center]Working on the next big thing.Currently Playing: Halo 4, League of LegendsXBL GT: iRememberYhslaw

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BillLuvsU

See Ward's

Thank you that was exactly what I was looking for.

[center][/center]Working on the next big thing.Currently Playing: Halo 4, League of LegendsXBL GT: iRememberYhslaw

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UEZ

The web screenshot code is not so cool as Ward's and it is only working on Vista+ os but it works: Windows Screenshooter

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