Tag:screenshot

  • Three methods of scrolling screenshots of web page interface

    Time:2019-10-8

    How to screen an open page when it is too long? Method 1: Using the screenshot function of Windows system to intercept long web pages Open a longer web page, such as Baidu experience home page, then press CTRL+M on the keyboard to save it as a web page picture. The effect is shown below. […]

  • Use Carbon and Placode to create code screenshots from your editor

    Time:2019-10-6

    Carbon Carbon is a free open source library for creating and sharing beautiful images of source code. You can easily use Carbon by visiting https://carbon.now.sh. Whether it’s simply starting to write code in boxes or placing files in text areas provided on the site. You can change the color theme from the first drop-down menu. […]

  • How to capture MAC? Detailed tutorial on capturing software with MAC

    Time:2019-9-28

    Users who have just switched from windows to MAC OS X have many discomforts with the new MAC environment. Sometimes they want to save some screenshots of the operation steps. At this time, they can use the capturing software of the MAC system to complete. MAC itself is built-in screenshot program, although its function is […]

  • Mac screenshots are big, but how do they get smaller? Mac’s skill of keeping screenshots in the same minimum space

    Time:2019-8-21

    Screenshots are the most commonly used basic skills in computers. Many people are accustomed to using software such as QQ to take screenshots and show them to their friends. But the basic screenshots are everybody’s. Sometimes we want the screenshots to be smaller. What should we do then? See below. 1. OpenLaunchpadAs follows 2. QuickFind […]

  • A screenshot demo based on canvas in HTML

    Time:2019-4-12

    Written in the forefront I remember seeing a share on everyone before, explaining the screenshot scheme based on js. I don’t remember in detail. I just remember that it seems interesting to use canvas? So this time I’m going to write my own thoughts to share with you. This is just a simple demo. If […]

  • VBS Realizes Screenshot Function

    Time:2019-4-7

    Baidu said that VBS is difficult to screen, but there is a way to use third-party software, call the software, and then the software will automatically screen. But this is against the original intention of using VBS. Using VBS is because it is convenient and fast. If we use third-party software, let’s write one directly […]

  • How to modify the MacBook screenshot shortcut key? MAC Screen Shortcut Keyboard Modification Tutorial

    Time:2019-4-7

    MAC Screen Shortcut Keyboard Modification Tutorial Open System Preference Settings Click on “Spotlight” in the small window Click “Keyboard Shortcuts” in the bottom left corner of the window. Click on “Screen Snapshot”Check the last item_Single Line Text (the whole line darkens at this time)Single right icon. For example, if you want to set it to […]

  • Use html2canvas. JS to implement page screenshots and display or upload sample code

    Time:2019-3-24

    Recently, the project used html2canvas. JS to achieve the screenshot function of the page, but encountered a lot of pits, I hereby write a note to record. When Using HTML 2 canvas, you may encounter problems such as only intercepting visual interfaces, no background color for screenshots, and the inability to intercept SVG tags, which […]

  • Use HTML screenshots and save the implementation code for this map

    Time:2019-3-10

    The specific code is as follows:   <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset=”UTF-8″> <title>html2canvas_download</title> <style> a { cursor: pointer; color: rgb(85, 26, 139); text-decoration: underline; } </style> </head> <body> <div id=”oDiv” style=”width: 300px; height: 300px; margin: 10px; background: red; border: 5px solid gray;”> <h1>hello world!</h1> </div> <!– <script type=”text/javascript” src=”../dist/html2canvas.js”></script> –> <script src=”https://cdn.bootcss.com/html2canvas/0.5.0-beta4/html2canvas.min.js”></script> <script type=”text/javascript”> […]