Google Cache: How to View Cached Pages

Google Cache: How to View Cached Pages

What is a cached page? How to view cached pages In Google's search box, type the website or page you're trying to see. Alternatively, type the word "cache" in front of the web page's URL. Alternatively, type the word "cache" in front of the web page's URL. How to use Google Cache Use Google Cache if you're on a web page that is slow or unresponsive. Use Google Cache to check when a particular page was last visited by a Googlebot. Check how your website is indexed online. Use Google Cache if you're on a web page that is slow or unresponsive. Of course, the page might not look aesthetically identical, but you'll be able to see the HTML from the last time a Googlebot crawled the page. Check how your website is indexed online.

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Cached pages is an undeniably useful tool when you come across a web page that is performing poorly, or temporarily down for some reason.

At its most basic, Google crawls web pages and then makes raw HTML copies of them — a cached page. This can enable you to view a website that is slow or not responding, and it can also help SEO experts figure out indexation issues with a site.

What is a cached page?

When Google crawls a web page, it will take a screenshot of that page and index the content for future reference, in case the current page becomes unavailable. The cached page is essentially a back-up of the raw HTML of a page. Additionally, Google will provide the date of the last time the page was indexed on the cache page, i.e. “This page is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on Feb 20, 2019”.

If you’ve come across a page that isn’t responding, or if you want to make sure your site is being properly indexed, keep reading to figure out how cached pages can help you solve both.

How to view cached pages

  1. In Google’s search box, type the website or page you’re trying to see.
  2. Beside the green URL, click the down arrow.
  3. Select “Cached”.
  4. You are now viewing the cached page.
  5. Alternatively, type the word “cache” in front of the web page’s URL. i.e. “cache:https://examplesite.com“.

1. In Google’s search box, type the website or page you’re trying to see. Beside the green URL, click the down arrow. Select “Cached”.

2. You are now viewing the cached page.

2. Alternatively, type the word “cache” in front of…

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