With Nicepage, you can make a snapshot of a page (export it as an image) and then send this Image to your client or use it for your portfolio.

This type of export is also available with the Nicepage Free Starter Edition.

To export any Project Page as a Screenshot Image.

  1. Go to the Dashboard of the Nicepage Desktop Application for Windows or Mac OS.
  2. Select a website.
  3. Select the Export Site option in the Export / Import list on the Top Bar.

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You can also export as an Image from the Editor by clicking the Export button and selecting the same option in the export dialog.

Export Dialog

In the Export Dialog:

  1. Select the Image option.
  2. Enter the File Name for your Website Image file.
  3. Specify the Path, the Destination Folder for the Image to be saved.
  4. Select the Page, the source page for your Image.
  5. Click the Export button.

NOTE: The Export as Image option is not available for the Blog and Post Templates.

The following is the example of the generated web page screenshot Image.

MyPage.jpeg

With Nicepage, you can make a snapshot of a page (export it as an image) and then send this Image to your client or use it for your portfolio. This type of export is also available with the Nicepage Free Starter Edition. To export any Project Page as a Screenshot Image. 1. Go to the Dashboard of the Nicepage Desktop Application for Windows or Mac OS. 2. Select a website. 3. Select the Export Site option in the Export / Import list on the Top Bar. ## !image-export.png! You can also export as an Image from the Editor by clicking the Export button and selecting the same option in the export dialog. ## Export Dialog In the Export Dialog: 1. Select the Image option. 2. Enter the File Name for your Website Image file. 3. Specify the Path, the Destination Folder for the Image to be saved. 4. Select the Page, the source page for your Image. 5. Click the Export button. NOTE: The Export as Image option is not available for the Blog and Post Templates. The following is the example of the generated web page screenshot Image. !MyPage.jpeg! ##