Capture screenshots using phantomjs.
800x600 screenshot of ghub.io:
var screenshot = ;var fs = ;width800height600;
Capture a clipped
320x320 screenshot of ghub.io:
var screenshot = ;var fs = ;width320height320clip;
Create a screenshot object for
opts if passing arguments this way is more convenient than using the api,
var s =// is the same asvar s = width800;
Set the screenshot's width in pixel. Defaults to
Set the screenshot's height in pixel. Defaults to
Set the screenshot's
top: 0left: 0width: swidthheight: sheight
Set the output format. Supported formats:
After loading the page, make phantomjs wait for
timeout milliseconds before
taking the screenshot. Defaults to
Make PhantomJS ignore invalid ssl certificates.
Set the path of the ssl certificates PhantomJS should use.
Override the default ssl protocol,
Capture the screenshot and call
fn with the possible error and a
containing the image.
fn is provided, a thunk/continuable is returned.
If the page has a transparent background, it will be set to
Make sure you have a working installation of
phantomjs in your
With npm do:
npm install url-to-screenshot
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