If you want to show someone exactly what portion of a website you are looking, then explicitly telling them where to look at can sometimes be annoying, especially if the content on that page is rather long. To eliminate this problem, there is a site called Infocus.
In one of my previous posts, I showed you how you can highlight important text on a webpage and then share it. Infocus differs in that it is a tool which enables you to focus on a part of a webpage rather than the entire page. You do this by highlighting rectangular portions of a webpage. In other words, you can highlight part of a webpage.
Using Infocus is pretty easy and convenient. Go to the site’s home page and enter the URL of the page where you want your focus. Click on Get Focus and you will see that webpage. Next, drag the available pointer to select a rectangular focus on the page. Once you are done, click Test It at the top to test your focus. Here’s a sample screenshot:
As you can see, you have a clear view of where you want to focus on a webpage. You can also enable or disable the focus using the options at the top. You can now copy the URL and share it with your friends to draw attention to where you want on the webpage.
This way, you have an easy way to highlight part of a webpage.