Clipping Web Pages from Browser
Inkdrop can clip web pages as Markdown via a browser extension. It allows you to grab the web page's main article or selection.
The browser extension stores the clipped data to the Inkdrop app locally, not to the Inkdrop server directly because the app syncs data securely via the end-to-end encryption. To accomplish that, you have to set up a local Inkdrop server beforehand so that the browser extension can access your local database.
The web clipper needs to know how to access your local database server configured in your
- Inkdrop Local Database URL (Optional) - The URL to the local database as you configured in
core.server.port. Default is
- Username (Required) - The Basic auth username as you configured in
- Password (Required) - The Basic auth password as you configured in
First, click the Inkdrop toolbar button on the top right corner of the browser:
Then, a web clipper window opens up, displaying the main content converted as Markdown, as following:
You can choose a notebook and add tags if you want.
If you want to clip a part of the web page, select the part and click the Inkdrop toolbar button.
Click "Save page" button, then the window will close and the clipped page will be saved.
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