Google Cached View
The web site cache or web page cache is a saved copy that can be viewed even if the site is unavailable. If the site is offline, ceased to exist, blocked, does not work due to technical problems, but you need to know the contents of the page that interests you, then you can do this by opening the page from the Google cache. This service will help you with this: just enter the address of the site or the page you are interested in and it will be shown as stored in the Google cache.
If you changed an article in your website and want to find out if Google has indexed the new version, then this service will also help you: here you will see the page in the state that Google last indexed it. That is, if you already see the current version in the cache, then the new version of the page has already been indexed. If the cache is still the old version, then you need to wait for the Google Robot to come to your site.
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