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Thread: How to Access 'Page not found' or Deleted pages

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    How to Access 'Page not found' or Deleted pages

    While browsing on the web many times we come across any web page that has been deleted or the site host use to be unavailable. In such cases you get an error saying "Page Not Found". But if that page is very useful for you and you want to read it anyhow, there are different ways to access such pages.

    First, search engines like Bing or Google use robots which roam the Internet and record the pages visited in what is called a cache. By accessing the cache of search engines, so it is possible to find a web page or an article to view it disappeared. The page will be as it was at the time of robots.

    WayBackMachine service works much the same way except that it keeps a history of passage of his robots. The opportunity to go back in time and see how a webpage was several years ago. This can also be a way to find a web page or site disappeared.

    Finally, if a site is unavailable because it is overloaded, nothing like the Coral CDN free service that lets you streamline and pool requests to the server that contains the page you want to reach.


    1. Using Google Cache:

    When the robots of Google search engine roam on Internet, they record the pages visited. By browsing the Google cache, it is possible to find a web page or an article to view it disappeared. The page will be as it was at the time of robots of Google.

    • Go to Google (or click in the Google search box on your web browser).
    • In the search box, type the page address or find the title of the article and the name of the site on which it stands. Validate
    • Google presents the results of research. Mouse over the double arrow that appears next to the page you want when you mouse over it.
    • On the right side of the window, a preview of the page is displayed. Click the button to open the cached version recorded by Google.
    • The saved page is displayed by Google. Note that the images on the page may be missing because the robots will only save the text.

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    Re: How to Access 'Page not found' or Deleted pages

    Using Bing Cache:

    Same as Google, the Bing robots also record the pages visited when browsing the Internet. If you can not find a page in the Google cache, it is perhaps that of Bing in which robots do not go to the same frequency.

    • Visit Bing (or click in the search box Bing your web browser).
    • In the search box, type the page address or find the title of the article and the name of the site on which it stands. Validate
    • Bing presents the research results. Mouse over the arrow that appears next to the page you want when you mouse over it.
    • Click on the link to open page cached version recorded by Bing.
    • Recorded by Bing page is displayed. Note that the images on the page may be missing because the robots will only save the text.



    Using WayBackMachine service:

    WayBackMachine is a free service that lets you go back in time and see how a web page was in the past. This can also be a way to find a web page or site disappeared.

    • In your Web browser, go to the address www.archive.org
    • In the section WayBackMachine, enter the address of the page to find. Click the Take Me Back
    • The list of shots is displayed in a calendar. Click on a date the page was.
    • Page is displayed, as it was at the chosen date.

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