It has surely happened to you that, when conducting a labor or academic research through different Web pages, the need arises to have such information anywhere. A good solution would be to print the web page from the internet, but without advertising or images.
The first option that may cross your mind is to find a way to save all that content on your computer or Smartphone. The problem is when you are in a place where you can not use them. So, an ideal solution would be print the content of the web page.
The problem of impressions
The point is that there is a small great detail when it comes to having the text contained in a web page … and that is that you are not only going to print the text. When printing the page, also absolutely all the amount of images and advertising will appear that it contains. Which is why trying to remove all the advertising it contains can be a complete headache.
This is a problem of both quality and quantity, since not only can impair print quality as far as the text is concerned, making it smaller or blurry, but, if it has a large number of images (advertising or not), what could easily be two printing sheets, they become four or five.
Are there solutions?
One of the alternatives to this type of situation would be, if you are using a computer, copy all the text to a program like Microsoft Word. Another alternative would be to inspect the elements of the web page, remove the elements that you consider unnecessary and then print the page.
This is a more than viable option, since, through it you can make size modifications, line spacing, margins, among others, to ensure that the text is fully legible, free of images and yields the amount of sheets that will be used.
Alternatives without bureaucracy
However, that option may seem a bit tedious. A really long process for some people, especially those who need an immediate solution.
In this article you will have a couple of simple and quick tools to get only what you need from a web page and print it, avoiding the large number of advertising images or any other type of content.
Print a web page… From the web
One of the tools par excellence for this type of case, despite not being very well known, is called Textise. It is a very simple platform to use and tremendously effective when it comes to skip that annoying amount of images.
If this page has a defect, it is that the text you are trying to print does not fit the standard size of a sheet. Also, sometimes the text can be cut off, so attention will need to be paid when printing.
Easy to use in different browsers
Being a web service, the most relevant feature of this service, of course, is that you don’t need to install it on your computer. Using it, as mentioned above, is extremely easy: simply go to the Textise website, paste the address of the page you want to print and, automatically, the page will be shown without images.
You also have tools to define the color and Font size, as well as an interesting variety of types of fonts so that you can select the one you like the most. To finish with the analysis of this tool, it is important to highlight its compatibility with practically any browser. You are free to use the one of your choice.
You will love Print Friendly!
If you usually use Google Chrome as your default browser, you are in luck, since Print Friendly is a very high quality tool when it comes to wanting print the content of a web page.
This extension can be purchased through the Chrome Web. Unlike other extensions or pages that seek to meet the same objective, Print Friendly gives you greater control over all those elements that you do not want to remove from the web page.
In other words, if the page shows different images, both advertising and non-advertising, you can select which ones to leave for printing and which ones not. In addition to printing, you can save the page as a PDF.
Print without problems!
Thanks to these magnificent tools, you will no longer have headaches when it comes to printing a web page from the internet without advertising or images. Much less that your pages are saturated with images. What are you waiting to use them?