Cooliris, formerly known as PicLens, is a web browser plugin that provides interactive full-screen slideshows of online images. The plugin is available for Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. At present, the software is compatible with Google Image Search, Yahoo! Image Search, Ask.com Images, Live Search Images, AOL Image Search, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa, Fotki, FotoTime, deviantART, SmugMug, Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, hi5, Friendster, YouTube (for videos), Gallery, and any web site that implements mediaRSS <link> tags in their HTML pages. The software places a small icon in the corner of an image thumbnail when the mouse moves over it, which launches into a full-screen photo viewer when clicked.
My friend Call me up yesterday and asked me if how can he take a screenshot of his website, technically what he mean is not just to press print screen on his keyboard but to take his webpage screenshot, he is going to use it as a site mock-up and present it to his professor, i told him to use Fireshot but he said he changed his OS to linux ‘just like mine’ he said his Windows Vista is a pain in the ass, so i said oh… Fireshot wont work with Linux Version of Firefox 3, you can use screengrab it does everything just like fireshot,
Screengrab saves entire webpages as images.
It will save what you can see in the window, the entire page, just a selection, a particular frame… basically it saves webpages as images.
The following little keywords are at the request of those who can’t remember the name ScreenGrab! and want searches to work. It takes screen shots, screenshots – that is, shots, of web pages.