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If you need to have a website page restored and you have no local backup, you may be able to use Google's cache as an alternative. When Google crawls your website, it takes a snapshot of your page. The snapshot shows what your page looked like when your page was crawled, and can be accessed through the "Cached" link in Google's search results. Restoring a page using Google's cache is using the html Google saved when crawling your site to rebuild the file you need restored.
In this example, we'll show you how you could restore your public_html/index.html file
Note that this is not guaranteed to work or show the page as you want it to be displayed, so only use these steps as a last resort to restore your web page.
If you are not able to retrieve your page from Google Cache, you can also try searching for your page in the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.
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