How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 3

Choosing “BEFORE” limit when restoring websites from archive.org. When domain expires, domain provider or hoster’s parking page may appear. When entering such a page, the Internet Archive will save it as fully operational one, displaying the relevant information on the calendar. If you restore a website from the calendar by such a date, then instead of a normal page will see that mentioned parking page. How can I avoid such a problem and find out the working date of all website pages in order to restore it?
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How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 2

In the previous article we examined archive.org operation, and in this article we will talk about a very important stage of site restoring from the Wayback Machine that relates to domain preparation for restoring. This step gives confidence that you will restore the maximum content on your website.
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How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 1

Web Archive Interface: Instructions for the Summary, Explore, and Site map tools. For reference: Archive.org (Wayback Machine - Internet Archive) was created by Brewster Cale in 1996 about at the same time when he founded Alexa Internet, a company that collects statistics on website traffic. In October of that year, company started archiving and storing copies of web pages.
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Latest news:
2019.01.07
The next update of Archivarix CMS with the addition of new features. Now any old site can be correctly converted to UTF-8 with the click of a button. Search filtering has become even better, because results can be also filtered by MIME type.
2019.12.20
We have released the long-awaited Archivarix CMS update. In the new version, in addition to various improvements and optimizations, a very useful feature has been added for additional filtering of search results and full support for the tree structure of URLs for recoveries with a large number of files. For more details, see the Archivarix CMS script change log.
2019.11.27
Our WordPress plugin Archivarix External Images Importer has been released. The plugin imports images from third-party websites, links to which are located in posts and pages, into the WordPress gallery. If the picture is currently not available or deleted, the plugin downloads a copy of it from the Web Archive.
2019.11.20
We have added a new section of our site - Archivarix Blog. There you can read useful information about the operation of our system and site restoration.
2019.10.02
Recently our system has been updated and now we have two new options:
- You can download Darknet .onion sites. Just enter .onion website address in the "Domain" field here and our system will download it from the Tor network just like a regular website.
- Content extractor. Archivarix can not only download existing sites or restore them from the Web Archive but can also extract content from them. In the "Advanced options" field you need to select "Extract structured content". After that you will receive a complete archive of the entire site, and an archive of articles in xml, csv, wxr and json formats. When creating an archive of articles our parser takes into account only meaningful content excluding duplicate articles, elements of design, menus, ads and other unwanted elements.