Running the following snippet in the URL bar works in both Chrome for desktop and Android:
One important note: after copying & pasting the code into the address bar, Chrome automatically strips the
It's to prevent malicious code being run by dumb users who think they'll win an iPad or get +1,000 Facebook friends if they copy some dodgy JS into the address bar.
It has the affect that the whole page becomes editable.
You could then do Print > Save as PDF if you needed to save the edited webpage.
I'm a professional web developer so this definitely has its uses for me. Needless to say, I am not liable if you do something underhanded with this, e.g. falsifying a company's 'thanks, your order is confirmed ' page to defraud products from them with a faked screenshot/print out.
I originally got the code from Stack Overflow, where there are 28 such questions.