How-To Geek

Merge a Series of Web Pages into One with PageZipper

Have you ever felt really frustrated with webpages that are a non-stop series of “Next” links? Now you can combine all those pages into a single one with PageZipper.

Note: PageZipper is available as an extension for Firefox and as a bookmarklet for your other browsers (very nice).


Once you have installed the extension, there are no options for you to have to worry about. Simply add the Toolbar Button to the location that best suits your needs.


Toolbar Button in place…time to say goodbye to those “Next” links!


PageZipper in Action

To test PageZipper out, we decided to go to Photobucket and look for pictures of horses. As you can see, there were at least 14 pages of pictures ready to go through. To activate PageZipper, click on the Toolbar Button and get ready to enjoy yourself.


Notice the very smooth transition between pages 1 and 2 as one page scrolls so nicely into another (terrific).


Still going oh so nicely at page 11! Beautiful non-stop scrolling without all the irritating “Next” links!



If you get frustrated with always having to click on “Next” just to view collections of pictures or read an entire article, then you are going to love PageZipper.


Download the PageZipper extension (Mozilla Add-ons)

Download the PageZipper extension OR bookmarklet (PageZipper Homepage)

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/3/09

Comments (6)

  1. Tim

    Fastest Fox does the same the with endless pages

  2. Jaws4theRevenge

    Eh… AutoPager?

  3. John

    You know, I like the idea of this and similar extensions in principal, but I find they make Firefox lag as they continue to load pages. Do any of these extensions have the capability to wait until you have scrolled to the bottom before loading the next page?

  4. Tim

    Fastest Fox does

  5. Doc

    2nd vote for AutoPager

  6. TechGeek01

    I use it all the time here. Not that your site’s bad, but our internet connection comes from satelite, so it saves me tons of time when the page can load while i’m viewing the current page, as oppesed to waiting 2 minutes for the next page to load.

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