[CentOS] convert webpage to image

Wed Aug 14 15:07:44 UTC 2013
Todd Edwards <tedwards at mcclatchyinteractive.com>

On 08/14/2013 11:00 AM, Mihai T. Lazarescu wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 03:38:33PM +0100, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
>> But what if the size of the website is larger than the screen
>> size?  I assume the OP wants to "see" the whole website in a
>> single picture, and the website might span more than a single
>> visible screen (and require scrolling to see the whole thing).
>> All screenshot-related methods would then need to take
>> multiple pictures, scroll the website in the browser a
>> "windowfull" at a time in all directions, and afterwards
>> calculate how to concatenate all those pictures into a
>> big one.  While this can be done in principle, I think that
>> any implementation would get Real Ugly Real Soon(tm).
>> A more reasonable approach would be to have the browser
>> itself dump the image of the site --- the browser is the one
>> actually rendering the thing from html in the first place.
>> Any browser plugins around for this?
> Among those interactive, the Screengrab Firefox extension
> does it.  Among those non-interactive, phantomjs should do it.
> Mihai

phantomjs + rasterize.js (ships with phantomjs in the examples folder) 
is probably the route that I would go...


     phantomjs rasterize.js http://www.google.com google.png