"kwout" is a way you quote a part of a web page as an image with an image map.

To use this service, all you need is to add our bookmarklet to your favorite browser.


How to Use

1. Grab a screenshot 2. Cut out an area 3. Post it to anywhere
Grab a screenshot Cut out an area Post it to anywhere
Click our bookmarklet on a web page you wish to quote, and the screenshot of the entire web page will be popped up. (The size of the screenshot can be selected from small, medium or large.) By dragging a mouse on the screenshot, select an area you wish to quote, and click the "Cut Out" button. Then the area you selected will be cut out as an image with an image map (hyperlinks). Finally, the embed code, which is used to post the image (with the image map) to your web site, will be displayed. In addition, you can post it directly to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and so on.


This is an image cut out using our bookmarklet.

As you can see, the hyperlinks of the original web page are active in the image.


By using this service, you agree to abide and be bound by our Terms of Service (Guide for Japanese Users) and Privacy Policy. If you agree, then drag the following link (bookmarklet) to your browser's toolbar (in Firefox), or right click on it and select "Add to Favorites" (in Internet Explorer).


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For the person who often quotes a part of a web page, we offer advanced tools also.