Putting charts onto a website


My survey has been going great, and I love that SurveyGizmo has created charts and graphs of my results. I need those charts and graphs for a website that I am building. (This is all in fulfillment of requirements for my master’s degree.) I tried to copy and paste but that did not work. I am not tech savvy; can someone tell me how I can transfer these charts to my website? Thanks!

Jim W (Moderator) answered

    Your best approach may be to take screen captures of the report graphics and convert them to jpg files.

    I can’t tell you how to get a screen capture – it is a standard function  but the exact keys you need to press vary by computer and operating system.

    The screen capture is store in your computer’s clipboard.  You can then open and edit it in a graphic editor program.  My wife, who considers herself not “tech savvy” either, uses an online editor called PIXLR (https://pixlr.com/editor/).  It is much easier to use than PhotoShop or GIMP. The first option on this editor is to open an image from your clipboard, so you should be able to get started with no problem.

    Another alternative you could consider would be to download and install GIMP (https://www.gimp.org/), a freeware analog to Adobe PhotoShop.

    Good luck!


    patchesk commented
      • Thank you so much! I will see if I can make either of those options work for me!



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