October 21, 2012

How to Create Automatic Screenshots in WordPress Posts with Shortcodes

Creating screenshots for WordPress posts is a multi-step process. Generally you have to use a browser tool or service, download the image, and then do any necessary re-sizing before uploading it to WordPress. How would you like to eliminate all of these steps completely and replace…

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