There are several ways you can access pages that are down; check out some of them in this tutorial
Nothing really disappears completely from the internet. That way, there are always ways to retrieve or view old pages from sites that are experiencing some kind of server instability or are simply down. In this article we will cover the different ways you can try to access a web page that is no longer available.
Use Google cache
THE Google and other search engines download and maintain copies of the webpages they index, that is, organizing them into their database. If a webpage is down, you can easily view the most recent copy cached by Google. The cache is nothing but low storage memory but fast access.
If you are trying to access a webpage in search of Google, it is easy to access the cached copy. Just click the back button in your browser when the page loads. Click the arrow to the right of the web page address and click "Cache" to view the old copy.
If the page takes too long to load, you can click the "Text Only Version" link at the top of the cached page. The webpage will load instantly, but you will not be able to see the images. This is necessary when the site server is down and the browser is unable to load the images of the web pages.
You will also see the date and time when the Google created this cached copy displayed at the top of the page.
But there is also a quick way to view the cached copy of Google from any web page without first searching the web itself Google. Just enter the following address in your address bar, replacing the phrase “example.com/page.htm” with the full address of the webpage you want to view.
Be sure to omit “http: //” or “https: //” from the beginning of the web page address if you do so. Therefore, if you wish to view the cached copy of https://www.showmetech.com/deep-learning-what-e-e-how-functions/, type:
While in this first part we focus on the tool of the Google Cache because most Internet users use the Google like your search engine, the search engine Bing gives Microsoft has its own similar feature. If you use the Bing, you can click the down arrow to the right of an address and click “Cached Page” to view a cache copy of the Bing.
Try the “WayBack Machine” to access old pages.
The Wayback Machine website of Internet Archive It also allows you to view older copies of a web page. While the service of the Google Cache only offers one more recent cached copy, the Wayback machine offers several older versions of a webpage, going much further back so you can see what a webpage looked like years ago.
To use the Wayback machine, Go to page Wayback machine. Enter the full web page address you want to view in the box and click "Browsing History." For example, you can copy and paste this address (https://www.showmetech.com) and the site will show you a complete calendar of all page history from creation to the present day.
If you only want to view the most recent cached copy of a webpage, click the date at the top of the file page. If you want an older copy, you can select a year and click a date on the calendar to view the web page as it appeared on that date.
You can still click on the links that appear on the page after loading to view other webpages as they appeared on that date. This tool lets you browse entire websites that have disappeared or changed dramatically.
You may also have heard of CoralCDN, an old page recovery service that has been used a lot in the past. It was once particularly useful for viewing cached copies of webpages that were disabled due to sudden high traffic. However, CoralCDN is now turned off. However, it is certain that with Google Cach or WayBack Machine you will find pages that have been lost or disabled, whatever they may be!