JoshuaMackens

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From time to time I need to see a cached version of a page. Google is good for this 90% of the time. For the other times, I found this nifty little tool:

Cached Pages - Get the cached page of any URL

It will show you the cache for Google, archive.org, and another cache I'm not familiar with. And I also used it to find the Google cache of a page that Google wouldn't let me see in their SERPS.

Hope it helps!
 

Linda Buquet

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Thanks Joshua. We like tools!

(And someone is moving up the Leaderboard today I see!) :p
 

CodyBaird

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Thanks for sharing. I have been using wayback machine for years. But it looks like cached pages pulls from wayback, coral, and Google. Nice.
 

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