How to Take a High-DPI Full Page Screenshot in Google Chrome

Whether you want to ask for design feedback from your colleagues, inspect changes between versions, use them in your presentation slides or your marketing folders: There are quite a lot of use-cases for screenshots of your web page. This blog post shows how to take high-DPI full page screenshot right inside of Google Chrome.

You can support via PayPal and buy me a 🍺 or a cup o’ joe.

Manuel Wieser, BSc MA

I’m an experienced front-end developer and versatile digital artist. I’m into building websites and creating content for real-time rendering, film and animation. I’m also a bearded hacker making games with my friends.

You can contact me via GitHub, Twitter or [email protected].

I’m currently working as a technical lead and full-stack web developer for, making software that helps people find the job of their dreams.