The easiest way is to print the website, then change the destination from your printer to “Save as PDF”. Most OS’s should have this - but google how to print to PDF if you need more help. Once you’ve changed the destination to “Print to PDF” go ahead and print, assign a filename and go on from there. That will give a PDF file that will look like the printout of the web page.
What If I Want to Print the PDF to A Different Type of Paper? The most common paper types that you can print to are: Thin Fine (Tiff) Thin Black (Tiff) Thin Blue (Tiff) Thin Green (Tiff) Thin Black & White (Tiff) Thin Blue & White (Tiff) Thin Pink & White (Tiff) Regular Paper Watermark Paper Some printers will have the option to select what type of paper you need for a given job. Will It Print to Every Page? Or Just a Few? This depends on whatever the original content is and whether it’s a bit of an art project. So, to start with, the easiest way to figure this out is to print the original content and play around with your settings till it works. So, if the original content is only a few pages, and you're happy with the result, don’t worry if you don’t get every page. For instance, I usually get at least some.