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    Active Member tonnygrand is on a distinguished road
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    What is the differece between cached page and indexed page?

    Could you plz suggest me !

    What is the differece between cached page and indexed page?


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    Active Member RH-Calvin is on a distinguished road
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    Cache is a certificate that Google gives once its spiders crawls a webpage. When a cached page is saved in search engine database it is known as indexed page.

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    cache is depend on index. first crawler index the urls in their database, then cache the content of the page. whenever you change any content on the page, crawler again cache the page because page has been already indexed.

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    Hello EveryOne ..
    Crawling- Google sends its spiders to your website..
    Indexing- Google visited your website and has added you to its database..

    Caching- Google toook a snapshot of your website when it last visited and stored the data in case your website went down or if there are some any other issues.

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    Active Member tonnygrand is on a distinguished road
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    Simply Index is when a search engine Crawls a website and 'indexes' its content. Cache is when your computer has seen a web page or search engine result page before.

    Cache allows your computer to preform tasks faster as it will already have the data stored on it hard drive...

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    Cache is the way the Web page looked when search engine’s spiders indexed it - of any Web page.

    Indexing is the process of creating indexes for record collections. Having indexes allows researchers to more quickly find records for specific individuals; without them, researchers might have to look through hundreds or thousands of records to locate an individual record.

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    A web cache (or HTTP cache) is an information technology for the temporary storage (caching) of web documents, such as HTML pages and images, to reduce bandwidth usage, server load, and perceived lag.

    The index page is the URL or local file that automatically loads when a web browser starts and when the browser's 'home' button is pressed. The term is also used to refer to the front page, webserver directory index, or main web page of a website of a group, company, organization, or individual.

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