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Download all images from the page

If you want to download all of the images on a webpage in one go, you can use the following few lines of JavaScript code to do it:

$$('img').forEach(async (img) => {
try {
const src = img.src;

// Fetch the image as a blob.
const fetchResponse = await fetch(src);
const blob = await fetchResponse.blob();
const mimeType = blob.type;

// Figure out a name for it from the src and the mime-type.
const start = src.lastIndexOf('/') + 1;
const end = src.indexOf('.', start);
let name = src.substring(start, end === -1 ? undefined : end);
name = name.replace(/[^a-zA-Z0-9]+/g, '-');
name += '.' + mimeType.substring(mimeType.lastIndexOf('/') + 1);

// Download the blob using a <a> element.
const a = document.createElement('a');
a.setAttribute('href', URL.createObjectURL(blob));
a.setAttribute('download', name);;
} catch (e) {}

This will list all of the img elements on the page, then attempt to fetch them from the server (which might fail for some, depending on the CSP on the page), and then trigger the download of each one of them by the browser, using a <a download> element.

If you want to reuse this script often, you can store it in your Snippets on Chrome or Edge (learn how to do it here).

The Snippets panel in Edge, with the JS code from above, and the download panel open showing all images have been downloaded