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I want restore the page of the site I visited, but without internet connection. Is it possible in Chrome?

I can find a link and a title of the page in my history in Chrome (History button or Ctrl+H).

How can I get content of this page from cache? Or Chrome keeps only a page link with title without content?

I think content of the page should be kept also. But how can I get it?

I use last version 23.0.1271.97 of the Chrome.

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migrated from Dec 27 '12 at 11:53

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chrome://cache/ lists the items that are cached. In Firefox, it's about:cache.

From there, you can search for .html sites.

Copy the URL to your omnibox, then open it.

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I see now what you mean. I didn't know you had to paste the URL in the omnibox again. Which works – it shows the cached page without internet connection until you reload it. Maybe in the future you can be more specific? That way it's easier to understand what to do. Thanks! – slhck Dec 27 '12 at 12:55
firefox provide link to click but chrome doesn't provide it ...and yes sure for next time – vishal sharma Dec 27 '12 at 13:00

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