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How to view a cached page in ATW?

can i view a page in ATW the way it was when indexed?

   
4:43 pm on Oct 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I noticed in all the web, that i have recently attained the number one ranking for my most desired keyword set.
Unfortunately, i made some changes to the page before i realized this.

Now i want to change the page back to the way it was when it was last indexed by ATW. Does anyone know how to retrieve a "cached" version of a page from ATW?

Google has a cached version of this page, but it is not the version that i'm looking for.

6:20 pm on Oct 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

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ATW does not have a public available cache. Most engines don't have that, as it is legally in a gray area.
3:58 am on Oct 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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thanks heini, that is what i thought but was hoping someone might know a "neat trick".

I went to comet systems and found that the search results show the "earlier" version of this page that i am after, but i cant find a "archived copy" link for it.

Anyone have suggestions how to retrieve the archived copy in comet?

12:12 am on Oct 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Hello dumbwear,
You can possibly find your cache of the site from [web.archive.org...] (eg) [web.archive.org...] but it will show only old versions and possibly you can find your site cache too,
VIJAY.
12:38 pm on Oct 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I went to comet systems and found that the search results show the "earlier" version of this page that i am after, but i cant find a "archived copy" link for it.

Some 2 months ago Comet Web Search stopped showing the 'archived copy' link, which was the Google cache + caching date, because they changed from Google results to FAST/AlltheWeb results (see: Comet Web Search stopped showing 'Archived copy'. [webmasterworld.com])

Next to Google [google.com] and Gigablast [gigablast.com] there are a few really small or specialized search engines that show cached pages:

Scrub The Web [scrubtheweb.com]

IncyWincy [incywincy.com]

Daypop [daypop.com]

Feedster [feedster.com]

BoardReader [boardreader.com]

See also: Finding Old Web Pages [searchengineshowdown.com]

6:27 am on Oct 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Two more:

Yuntis [yuntis-wrl.ecsl.cs.sunysb.edu]

Gigablast.nu [gigablast.nu]