How to view a Page/Website that No Longer Exists or Unavailable

By | November 28, 2008

It feels frustrated when after lot of searching  you find what you were looking for, but when you go there the Website is unavailable or temporarily down or under maintenance. In this situation you have two ways to see that we page or website

1. Search for it on Google and then just locate the cached result ( highlighted in yellow),click on it and you will find a cached copy of Website from Google cache even if the website is down

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2. You can also try the Wayback Machine a service by archive.org and it has pages from previous years for many websites, so just look for your website here

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These two methods are the most prominent and important in locating an article or content ven after the Website has been shut down or it is out of order .

Hope it helped …

4 thoughts on “How to view a Page/Website that No Longer Exists or Unavailable

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  2. Pachomius

    Google no longer has cached pages — unless I am mistaken.

    This message written by me on June 13, 2012 Wed., 0755hrs, 8 hours in advance of Greenwich.

  3. Vivek Yadav Post author

    Google still has cached pages , it’s just that it’s location is changed , now go to right of a link and you get a double arrow and a preview of that page by Google & there you can find the cached link 🙂

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