Do you ever click a link only to see error pages or revisit a bookmarked site to find it closed? Most of us at some point have witnessed such situations severally. However, now you are able to see such sites.
Google, Wayback Machine from Archive.org and Coral CDN perform the labor for us. They take webpage snapshots enabling you to see cached version. In order to increase the process speed you may use browser extensions or bookmarklet in your browser bookmark toolbar.
In the past, Google’s cache link appeared at the center and in front of the search page, however they are currently concealed by an arrow which appears once you hover the search results .In order to see cached pages only input cached: within search box, trailed by address for the page you need to see.Google never caches images. As well, Bing has cached page links concealed by an arrow.
The tool offers a way of accessing sites that are unable to load, a means to go to a prior period to see the way the sites used to appear.Wayback Machine illustrates snapshot sourced from various dates. Though this you are able to see the recent or view oldest snapshot.
Through browser extensions it is possible to access sites. Resurrect Pages being an acknowledged add-on of Firefox makes error pages useful since it has links to the services. Moreover Google chrome illustrates the link to Google cache in the error page presuming the availability of Google cache. Web cache as well as like extensions inserts small menus that have links to the services.
If bookmarklets for Wayback machine are available on main pages, within Coral Cache in its plugins page while on Google Cache in unofficial sites. You are able to drag &drop the bookmarklet links in the pages to your bookmark toolbar.
In case you are unable to view the bar for bookmarks, you will need to activate it. In chrome, click on wrench menu, select bookmarks then click display Bookmarks Bar. In Firefox you’ll have to right-click the toolbar then choose the Bookmarks Toolbar. In the Internet Explorer you’ll have to right-click the toolbar then click on Favorites Bar.