[WebUI] Take Full Page Screenshot

From version 7.7.0, this keyword is available.

Warning: If this method is used with the ignored elements, JavaScript is required to be enabled on test browser. The method used to take a full-paged screenshot is simulating a scroll action to the end of the page. If the web page uses infinity-scrolling, it's not recommended to use this keyword.


  • Description: Take entire-page screenshot, including overflow parts. The captured image will be saved in '.png' format. This method simulates a scroll action to take a number of shots and merge them together to make a full-page screenshot.

  • Keyword name: takeFullPageScreenshot

  • Keyword syntax: WebUI.takeFullPageScreenshot(fileName, ignoredElements, flowControl)

  • Parameters:

    • Name: fileName

      • Description: A String that represents the path to the saved image. The path can be absolute path or relative path.
      • Parameter Type: String
      • Mandatory: Optional
    • Name: ignoredElements

      • Description: List of Test Objects you want to hide when taking a screenshot.
      • Parameter Type: List<TestObject>
      • Mandatory: Optional
    • Name: flowControl

      • Description: Specify failure handling schema to determine whether the execution should be allowed to continue or stop.
      • Parameter Type: FailureHandling
      • Mandatory: Optional
  • Examples:

  1. Given that no elements are going to be hidden, you want to take a full-page screenshot with a default name and use default failure handling:
  1. You want to take a full-page screenshot that will be saved in a file named 'full_view_no_logo.png' in the report folder and hide some web elements:
import static com.kms.katalon.core.testobject.ObjectRepository.findTestObject
import com.kms.katalon.core.configuration.RunConfiguration as RunConfiguration

WebUI.takeFullPageScreenshot(RunConfiguration.getReportFolder() + '/full_view_no_elements.png', [findTestObject('UI/logo')])
  1. You want to take a full-page screenshot that will be saved to a file 'E:\full_view_no_elements.png' and hide some web elements defined in a variable named 'ignoredElements':
// where ignoredElements is a user-defined List-typed variable.
WebUI.takeFullPageScreenshot('E:\\full_view_no_elements.png', ignoredElements)