What is Cached Page?
A cached page is a version of a web page that is stored by a web server or search engine, like Google, at a specific time. This cached version is used to reduce server load and speed up the delivery of web content to a user.
When a search engine crawls a website, it will store or cache a snapshot of each crawled webpage. This snapshot is then used in search engine results.
When you see a webpage listed in Google search results, there is usually a "Cached" link that you can click to view the version of the page that Google last captured.
To gain further insights into cached pages, make sure to read our article on Caching for an in-depth analysis.