People relied on working and studying online during the Covid-19 pandemic, and to do so they often had to jump from one website to another. Browsing multiple websites can be hectic, and to avoid this, users can to register important sites. There are some ways to save these websites for later use, including using software, sharing the URL with others, or adding the site as a bookmark in the browser for a quick access.
Saving and sharing web pages is a simple process, but you may lose them or lose internet connection. Apart from saving a website, web browsers also provide the option to save the website in PDF format for offline access. Here’s how:
Save a website as a PDF to your Mac
Open Safari on your Mac and navigate to the web page you want to save as a PDF file.
Click on the Case option available in the upper left corner of your screen.
Select the Export to PDF option from the drop-down menu.
Enter the name and location of the PDF file.
Save a website as a PDF to your the Windows PC using Google Chrome/Microsoft Edge/Firefox
Open Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Firefox browser on your computer and navigate to the website you want to save.
Click on the three points Where horizontal three line menu option available in the upper right corner of your screen.
Click on the To print option from the drop-down menu.
Select the desired pages in your PDF file.