- See an image you like online? Copy the URL
- Copy the image URL in Microsoft Edge
- Using the inspection element
- Find an image tag
See an image you like online? Copy the URL
Developed by Microsoft, Microsoft Edge is part of the company’s Windows 10 operating system, where it replaces Internet Explorer as the default web browser. Edge lacks the familiar address bar that works in most browsers. In Edge, it appears halfway through the web page when you click in the area that serves as the address bar, which is a bit confusing for some users. However, Microsoft encourages its use because it offers features that were not available in previous browsers for Windows computers.
When you browse the web for a particular image that you want to save for later use, you can save it by copying that image’s web address – the URL. This way you can easily switch back to the image whenever you want. Here’s how to do it with Microsoft Edge.
Copy the image URL in Microsoft Edge
Before following the step-by-step guide to copy an image’s web address in Microsoft Edge, set up a folder or file for this information.
In the Microsoft Edge browser, go to the webpage containing the image.
Right-click on the image whose URL you want to copy. From the menu that appears, select To copy (not Copy image ).
Using the inspection element
If you don’t see “Copy” in the menu, please choose from the menu Check element .
Find an image tag
Find the next tag v DOM explorer .
double tap URL which is displayed under the attribute src for this tag .
Click ctrl + C to copy the URL and then paste it into the prepared file or folder to save the information with ctrl + . V .
When you want to return to the image, copy the saved URL and paste it into your browser.