Using the Wayback Machine
The Internet Archive Wayback Machine is a service that grants permission to people to visit archived versions of Web sites. Visitors to the Wayback Machine can type in a URL, select a dating extent, and begin navigating on an archived version of the Web.
Because it grants permission to the user to go “back in time” and see how websites looked in the past. Moreover, it founded by Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat. Because they invented it to provide “universal access to all knowledge” by protecting archived copies of obsolete web pages.
Use Wayback Machine by Manually:
1.Visit the web browser https://web.archive.org.
2. Enter the original URL of the required web page in the “Wayback Machine” search box.
3. Select “BROWSE HISTORY.”
The next screen may include:
- Turn to the latest archived copy.
- Show a box near the bottom of the page with a link asking the user to save this URL in it.
- Display a calendar recording the snapshot dates for all archived copies of that page.
- Show an error message clarifying why the page cannot be archived.
This code needs to add to an existing website.
Here a video that will provide an overview of how to use the “Wayback Machine,” which contains information about searching by URL or keyword, understanding History, and saving your pages, as well as other features.