How can I extract the URLs of multiple images of a website to a text file?

Yaniv February 10, 2011

I have some pages with multiple images inside, e.g. this one. I want to extract all the image URLs, but not the thumbnails, using an application or an extension into a text file. I could then upload them to as “bulk URL upload”. Does anyone know how?

  1. hasamba
    February 11, 2011 at 7:05 am

    thanks alot, is just what i was looking for :)

    February 11, 2011 at 12:36 am

    If you are using Internet Explorer you can use the portable software explained on the following link:

    If you are using Firefox, you use The DownThemAll extension.

  3. Anonymous
    February 10, 2011 at 9:34 pm

    Internet Explorer;
    •Click on the desired picture with the right mouse button.
    •Select Properties from the menu.
    •Highlight the address appearing under Address (URL):.
    •Press Ctrl-C.

    Mozilla Firefox :
    •Click on the image with the right mouse button.
    •Choose Copy Image Location from the menu.

    Safari and Opera:
    •Click on the desired image with the right mouse button (or holding down Ctrl while clicking with the left or only button).
    •Select Copy Image Address from the menu.

    1.Go to

    Type "site:" before the web address of the site you want to extract all of the URLs from. Don't put a space between "site:" and the web address. For example, ""

    Click "Google Search" and you will be given a list of all the URL addresses associated with the Web site you are searching.

    Go to Yahoo Site Explorer

    Enter the address of the site you want to extract all of the URLs from in the top text box.

    Click "Explore URL."

    or try link extractor

    there is a plugin for mozilla: Link Extractor 2