Archive.org is a database containingÃ‚Â large number of Internet pages, if for some reason a site is down it will momentarily available via the “Archive”. The “curious” This project is also available through the page history.
For example, suppose we want to see some time as it was a page in question, then we enterÃ‚Â www.archive.org The page to visit and then ask us Archive that date and year we visit the page. This site has a curious interface, When entering the site you want to look through history, displays a set of dates, grouped by year, we described the number of results found from a given date to end date.
What makes Archive to store the entire contents of the Website very simple but ingenious: it stores all content html of source and stores and not the images but only the codes, so when a server image image eliminates any website we visit, this is not reproduced, but is marked as a 404. In 2006 containing up to 2 petabytes Information and grew about 20 terabytes per month.
With Mozilla Firefox
Using Firefox, you can use some extensions that provide access to some of the copies hosted on other sites:
Cache Viewer: This extension allows me to access the web copy of the original of which I enter but, for whatever reason, are inaccessible. To do this, we can access from the context menu right-clicking the link or from any area of the website. The list of available caches is Google’s cache, Archive.org Web archive, Coral Cache.
Archive Search is another tool that allows access to existing web archive copies in the cache of Google and other search engines.
Once installed the extension and restarted Firefox, we need to customize your Firefox toolbar to add the button that will allow us, once access demo with 404 or is temporarily fall to any of the caches mentioned, depending on the number of clicks , will lead to a cache in question in the list.
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