Each web browser, whether Safari, Firefox, or Chrome, has a unique method for saving a group of image files. Although Safari is the default web browser on macOS, Firefox is the easiest to use for saving all images from a website. So, before we begin our step-by-step guide, we strongly advise you to install the Firefox browser on your Mac.
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Downloading multiple images from a website at the same time is extremely simple in Firefox. Here’s what you should do.
- Open the Firefox web browser on your Mac.
- Navigate to the web page where you want to download the images.
- Once the website has loaded, tap the lock icon in the Address bar, then select Connection secure > More Information.
- Switch to the “Media” tab in the Page info window.
- At the bottom, press the “Select all” button.
- Choose a folder and then click the “Save as” button to save all of your files at once.
That’s it! You can easily download all images from a website in a matter of seconds with just a few clicks.
If you prefer Google Chrome as your macOS browser, follow the steps below to download all images from the website. Although the process is a little more difficult than in Firefox, it will still assist you in completing the task. To make things easier, we’ll use the ImageEye extension from the Chrome Store.
- After successfully installing the extension on Mac, proceed as follows:
- On macOS, launch Google Chrome.
- Navigate to the web page where you want to save all of the image files.
- Tap the jigsaw puzzle icon in the upper-right corner of the Address bar.
- From the list, select the “Image Downloader-Image Eye” extension.
- Wait a few seconds for it to completely scan the website for image files.
- When the scanning is finished, tap the “Select all” and then the “Download Images” buttons.
Unfortunately, there is no explicit way in Safari to save only image files. As a result, you’ll have to save the entire webpage instead. Here’s how to save the entire webpage (including image files) in Safari.
- Launch Safari and navigate to the website you want to save.
- Select File> Print.
- Tap on PDF> Open in Preview in the Print window.
- When the web page appears in the Preview window, select File> Export.
- Select JPEG as the image format, and then save the entire webpage in one shot.
Install Gemini 2 on your Mac by following these steps: Duplicate Files and Folders Should Be Sorted
When you download a large number of files from a website at once, you may end up with a large number of duplicates. So, if you don’t want to fill up your hard drive with duplicate image files, we have a solution for you.
Install Gemini 2 on your Mac to ensure that your hard drive contains only unique items and no duplicate files. By managing duplicate files and folders on your Mac, you can not only improve the organization of your hard drive but also free up storage space by removing redundant items.
Gemini 2 is a powerful tool that thoroughly scans your Mac for duplicate files in every folder, including Downloads, Desktop, iTunes, Photos, and even the external drive. You can easily get rid of redundant files and reclaim wasted disk space on your macOS with a few clicks.