How to Save Images in Right Click Disabled websites In Chrome

It is a common problem that images in some websites cannot be saved by right click. It is because the website owner has disabled the right click function. However, you can still save an image from these websites by using a Chrome extension called “Save Image in Right Click Disabled Websites.” The extension can help you save images on any website with disabled right-click function on Chrome browser. It supports saving both JPEG and PNG formats of images. Moreover, it also provides you with a thumbnail preview of the saved image so that you can confirm whether it is the one you want to download or not before saving it to your computer.

The Chrome Shortcut for Taking a Full-Page Screenshot

Google Chrome includes a built-in screenshot tool, but it’s a bit hidden. You’ll first enter two sets of keyboard shortcuts, then enter a command to capture a full-page screenshot of any web page. Start by using the shortcut pairs below—enter the first shortcut, followed by the second—depending on your operating system:

On Mac 1. Alt + Command + I 2. Command + Shift + P

On Windows/Linux/Chrome OS 1. Ctrl + Shift + I 2. Ctrl + Shift + P

These keyboard shortcuts will open Chrome’s developer menu. Just type “screenshot” and you’ll see the option appear to “capture full size screenshot.” Simply select this and Chrome will automatically save a full-page screenshot to your Downloads folder!

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12 Chrome address bar shortcuts for Mac, Linux and Windows computers

All users

  • Search with your default search engine: Type a search term + Enter
  • Search using a different search engine: Type a search engine name and press Tab
  • Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in the current tab: Type a site name + Ctrl (or “Control”) + Enter
  • Move cursor to the address bar: Control + F5

Windows and Linux users

  • Open a new tab and perform a Google search: Type a search term + Alt + Enter
  • Jump to the address bar: Ctrl + l or Alt + d or F6
  • Search from anywhere on the page: Ctrl + k or Ctrl + e
  • Remove predictions from your address bar: Down arrow to highlight + Shift + Delete

Mac users

  • Add www. and .com to a site name, and open it in a new tab: Type a site name + Control + Shift + Enter
  • Open the website in a new background tab: Type a web address + Command + Enter
  • Jump to the address bar: Command + l
  • Remove predictions from your address bar: Down arrow to highlight + Shift + fn + Delete (or: Forward Delete or fn-Delete on a laptop)

How to Create a Desktop Shortcut to a Website Using Safari

To create a desktop shortcut for a website using Safari, open a browser window and navigate to a website. Then select the URL in the address bar and drag it to your desktop. If you want a clean-looking shortcut, you’ll have to change the name and icon yourself.

  1. Open the Safari web browser. You want to resize your browser so you can see your desktop.
  2. Then go to the website you want to create a desktop shortcut for.
  3. Next, select the URL in the address bar.
  4. Then drag the URL to your desktop to create the shortcut. You can also drag the icon that is to the left of the URL.

Using this method will give you a shortcut with a long name and a generic icon. If you want to change the name and icon,click on your new shortcut and hit the Command + I keys on your keyboard. (You can also right-click the shortcut and select Get Info.) Then click the arrow next to Name & Extension and enter a new name in the text box.

Note: You will have to keep the “.webloc” extension in order for the shortcut to work. If you don’t want to see the extension, left-click the desktop and hit the Command + Coma keys on your keyboard at the same time. (You can also open Finder and click Finder > Preferences from the Apple Menu Bar.) Then select the Advanced tab in the pop-up window and un-check the box next to Show all filename extensions.

Then you can use an image online to replace the shortcut icon. Simply search for the logo of the site you are creating a shortcut for. If you want it to look clean, it is best to use a PNG file, so be sure to include that in your search. Then right-click the image you want and select Save Image As.

Then open the saved image using the Preview app and select the entire image by left-clicking and dragging a box around the image. (You can also hit the Command + A keys on your keyboard.) Next, copy the image by hitting the Command + C keys on your keyboard. Then click the icon at the top of the “get info” window you opened earlier and hit the Command + V keys to paste the image.

Finally, you can drag your icon to the Dock, but only on the side of the divider line that separates your apps from your folders and the Recycle Bin.

If you want to know how to change the default search engine of your browser, check out our step-by-step guide here.

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Keyboard Shortcuts to Save a Web Page

To save time, try using a Chrome keyboard shortcut to save a web page. Depending on your platform, you may be able to specify HTML only or Complete, which downloads the supporting files.

If you choose the Complete option, you may see more supporting files than the ones that are downloaded when you use the Menu button.

Here are the shortcuts for saving a web page in Chrome:

  • For Chrome OS and Windows, use Ctrl+S.
  • For macOS, use Command+S.

Select the destination and format in the window that opens to save the file to your computer.

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