Grab the images or soon other assets from within the active page
Grabber is the Chrome Extension providing an easy way to download the images that the page you are visiting contain. It is relevant whenever you wish to fetch a bunch of assets and the website would not give you a simplistic "Download All" button. Note: at this stage, it is an alpha version. It requires the user to specify the CSS selector used to lookup for the assets.
- (2017-09-02) Maxie7 L: Le falta mucho. Deberia bajar todo en automatico, sin estar seleccionando las que se van a bajar y sobre todo sin tener que dar click en guardar para cada una. Firefox está muy por delante desde hace 6 años!
- (2022-01-10, v:1.0.4) Serhii Marishchuk: how work selector
i nedd a link to image from a href="" <ul class="imageGroup"> <li class="sortable"> <div class="imageWrapper"> <a href="%link_big_image%" style="pop"><img src="%prew_img%">
- (2018-01-09, v:1.0.4) audi4444player: css selector
I see you say you're not maintaining this anymore, but could I ask for your help with using it as it is? is it possible to change the css selector to get the high resolution images off a wish listing just for example: https://www.wish.com/c/587db544e360b76a8d953e53 I don't understand css so I just tried a few different things but I cant get it to work, sorry for bothering you if it doesn't work that way
- (2017-12-19, v:1.0.4) Oscar Pisati: file size
Hi, how to search from minimum of image size in px?