CLICK! is a Firefox extension to take a snapshot of any web page.
The dynamic nature of the web is one of its greatest strengths, but it can be frustrating when you link to a web page only to have it change on you.
"But that's not what it said yesterday," you protest futilely into the World Wide Wind.
Don't take chances. Use CLICK! by jkn.com to put the web on dry ice and never be frightened of change again.
Unlike books, newspapers, journals, etc. that have a permanent written record, web pages do not have a written record.
Currently, people such as journalists, academics, bloggers, researchers, students, and others do not have a simple and consistent way to link to a web page as it was when they wrote their article, report, research study, academic paper, etc.
If the web page that you quote or referenced changes afterwards, you will waste time trying to reconstruct the original web page and your credibility may be questioned.
There are so many uses for snapshot.jkn.com
- Take a snapshot of a humorous web page before the prudish editors take it down
- Great tool for blogs that critique and comment on other sites
- Share snapshots of ecommerce and web-based applications. For example, you can use snapshot.jkn.com to share a bank statement with a friend. This way, you don't have to give out your password and you are able to limit what your friend can see.
- if you experience an error with a web-based application, you can email the snapshot of the screen to technical support.
- we expect that people like yourself will find many, many additional uses of snapshot.jkn.com that we haven't even thought of. Be sure to drop a note to email@example.com so you can tell us how you are using it.
Note: the first time you use this extension you will have the option to register a free jkn account. This will only take a moment (you only have to enter your email address which will be kept strictly private and not used for any other purpose.)
If you are unable to install the extension, you can use our website to take a snapshot instead. It is located at:
However only the FireFox extension can email password-protected and session-specific web pages.
· Firefox 1.0 - 3.0.*
What's New in This Release:
· Upgraded for FireFox 3.0