Create Page UI in Drupal 6

A few nice css link styles images I found:

Create Page UI in Drupal 6
css link styles
Image by kentbye
To take a full screenshot of a Drupal page:

* Expand as many fieldsets as you’d like and have it as you want it to appear.

* Firefox -> File -> Save Page As… -> Format: Web Page, complete — Save to the Desktop

* This will create a page.html (i.e. the last argument), and a folder page_folders

* Any images that are contained in the theme directory will need to be copied over into the page_files directory. So copy and paste the entire /themes/garland/images folder to page_files, and the theming images will correctly appear.

* Garland’s style.css should be in the page_files, and the import CSS HTML should look like:
< link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="page_files/style.css" >

* Paparazzi! -> Open File -> Select page.html from the desktop.

* Keep the default minimum size of 800×600 (the 800 width includes the scrollbar)

* Click the "Capture!" button

* Do a "Save Image As…" and save & upload the png

UPDATE: Or just use the Page Saver Basic Firefox extension as suggested by greggles

UI of Drupal Views Module 5.x.1-6 (primary fieldsets expanded)
css link styles
Image by kentbye
To take a full screenshot of a Drupal page:

UPDATE: Use the Page Saver Basic Firefox extension as suggested by greggles — or Mac users can follow an substitute way as described below…

* Expand as many fieldsets as you’d like and have it as you want it to appear.

* Firefox -> File -> Save Page As… -> Format: Web Page, complete — Save to the Desktop

* This will create a add.html (i.e. the last argument from admin/build/views/add) — as well as a folder add_folders

* Garland’s style.css should be in the page_files, and the import CSS HTML should look like:
< link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="page_files/style.css" >

* Any images that are contained in the theme directory will need to be copied over into the add_files directory. So copy and paste the entire /themes/garland/images folder to the add_files folder, and the theming images will correctly appear.

* If the sidebar images don’t appear, then the CSS syntax might looks like this: < style type="text/css" media="all">@import "/themes/garland/style.css"> — if so, then it needs to be changed to < link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="add_files/style.css">
The CSS files of admin.css, defaults.css, system.css from /modules/system might need to be put in the add_files folder if this is the case — and the add.html might also need to be changed to this syntax.

* Mac users can download Paparazzi! screen shot taker from here.
Paparazzi! -> Open File -> Select page.html from the desktop.

* Keep the default minimum size of 800×600 (the 800 width includes the scrollbar)

* Click the "Capture!" button

* Do a "Save Image As…" and save & upload the png

UI of Drupal Views Module 5.x.1-6 (all fieldsets expanded)
css link styles
Image by kentbye
To take a full screenshot of a Drupal page:

UPDATE: Use the Page Saver Basic Firefox extension as suggested by greggles — or Mac users can follow an substitute way as described below…

* Expand as many fieldsets as you’d like and have it as you want it to appear.

* Firefox -> File -> Save Page As… -> Format: Web Page, complete — Save to the Desktop

* This will create a add.html (i.e. the last argument from admin/build/views/add), and a folder add_folders

* Any images that are contained in the theme directory will need to be copied over into the add_files directory. So copy and paste the entire /themes/garland/images folder to add_files, and the theming images will correctly appear.

* Garland’s style.css should be in the page_files, and the import CSS HTML should look like:
< link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="page_files/style.css" >

* If there are the CSS syntax looks like this: < style type="text/css" media="all">@import "/themes/garland/style.css"> — then it needs to be changed to < link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="add_files/style.css">
The CSS files of admin.css, defaults.css, system.css from /modules/system should also be put in the add_files folder if this is the case.

* Paparazzi! -> Open File -> Select page.html from the desktop.

* Keep the default minimum size of 800×600 (the 800 width includes the scrollbar)

* Click the "Capture!" button

* Do a "Save Image As…" and save & upload the png

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