Turn a web clip into an image and generate an image url at Kwout

KWOUT is my new best friend! :D

Do you ever want to save a portion of a web page rather than the whole page? While there are various online tools that clip webpages, only Kwout creates an image out of the clipping, uploads the newly created image in their server and gives you the image url. You can easily paste the code they give you to post the image in your blog. As the code is pure html, we wordpress.com bloggers (and bloggers from other blogging platforms that allow nothing but html) can have it in our blog!

Not only that, you can even post the image to your Facebook, Flickr or Tumblr account. A lot of services are available where you can post the quote immediately.

You can choose the size of the screenshot. Choose a size and select the portion that you want to turn into an image. Pretty soon they will offer you the image url.

There are three ways to use Kwout. You can install the Firefox Add-on or install the bookmarlet that will open Kwout in the same window or another bookmarklet that will open it in an new window.

I have installed the Firefox add-on. It lets me select the portion of the webpage I want and use a slider to proportionately resize the image. Cool!

kwout clip webpages and turn them into images

The bookmarklet is available for Internet Explorer and Firefox.

The best part is all this is free and you don’t even have to register to use the service! :D

3 thoughts on “Turn a web clip into an image and generate an image url at Kwout

  1. I’ve been reading this guide and it seems pretty straight forward. Seems like a sweet way of backing up all your Wii games to a hard drive so that you don’t have to keep putting the discs in. The laser in my drive has been failing so it seems like a pretty good option.

    How to Back Up and Play Your Wii Games from an External Hard Drive

    Has anyone actually tried this? Is there any chance of breaking my Wii forever? For those who have already tried it, did you get banned from playing online?

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