If you are searching for an image on a website, which has large number of images embedded in it then it becomes really tough, as there are high chances that you might miss many of them. Moreover, if someone asks you to download them then it gets worst, because going to each and every image searching and then downloading by putting a right and then saving it by giving a location and the name is really a long procedure. In this post we will tell you about a short method with the help of which you can take care of this problem in no time.
Before going further let me tell you that this solution has a constraint as it will work only with Mozilla Firefox browser. We will tell you about an add-on with the help of which you will see all images extracted under a single window. The link to install this add-on has been mentioned at the end of post. While viewing a webpage if you click the icon of that add-on then you will all the images are filtered and collected under a single application window.
By default, you might not be able to see the images as by default, this add-on will only consider the large images; you will have to change the settings of the filter so that it also considers the small images, once you see all the images, unselect them which you do not want to download and then decide the location of those images and then click Save. After doing so, you will find all the images downloaded in the folder. If you are using the latest version Mozilla then let me tell you that the shortcut to enable an Add-on toolbar is ‘Ctrl+/’ and once it is enable it will be there at the bottom of the browser window.
I hope that it is quite smart method for you to select all the images over a website and then download them in a single click. Please let us know if you face any issue while using it, just put them in the comments section.