If something happens to your website and you loose some of your articles, theres a good chance you can recover them from google’s cache.  Here is how I recovered some posts from my wordpress site: http://www.omojesus.com which went hey-wire yesterday.


a) Google cache is located at:



b) Add your domain name after the cache like this (below) to get your website’s front page caches:



c) My site is a wordpress blog, and so to retrieve individual pages, I do: 

Before, I had excerpts of 5-articles each displayed per page, and then had a prev / next button below each page. For subsequent pages, check the page# on the cached page(using Prev/Next links) and edit the number in the above accordingly.

To recover google’s cache on a post by post basis, (while on the cached page)scroll over title of any article, right click and “copy link location”.  For example, mine is

d) http://omojesus.com/john-3-16-for-god-so-loved-the-world/

then insert yours( d ) (like mine in the above) after the cache in a) to get a single post view.


that’s all folks!!


0 #7 ViewCached.com 2014-01-29 15:31
You can also use www.viewcached.com to make it easy to view cached pages, and to also use Yahoo, Bing, Internet Archive, etc.
0 #6 mitch ryan 2013-12-24 04:39
thank you so much..this post is heaven sent
+1 #5 Jigar Doshi 2013-06-26 16:07
hello. is there a way where we can access the already deleted posts on blogger.com?

would be grateful if you can guide through the process, if yes.

Thank you :)
0 #4 Rahul jain 2013-02-23 18:05
+1 #3 limes 2013-01-26 14:48
:D :-) :lol: ;-) 8) :-* :-| :oops:
0 #2 Mary 2013-01-05 01:01
Thank you. This worked for a major news magazine's article that had been taken down that I needed to find. All I did was enter the original web address at step 2, that is, I added the article's full web address to:
Thanks so much for posting!
0 #1 sazid 2012-10-13 02:38
These Information looks very important and i will follow.
thanx for sharing god bless you

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