There is no one outside of maybe the NSA that keeps such save one. That is, many web masters keep old content so if you need it, you take the time to find the web master/owner and ask for the old version.
Most won't reply and I've found folk that feel entitled to the content which only makes matters worse. No one will work with the entitled folk. All this is hit and miss and you have to go with please and thank you and never lash out as well as hope for the best.
Hi there. I'm not super tech-savvy but I know there's gotta be somewhere out there who can help me out with this. A few months ago, one of my favorite websites, stuffyouwillhate.com, seemingly dropped off the face of the planet. The URL has been excluded from the Wayback Machine and too much time has passed for it to appear on google cache; I HAVE found about 70 of their articles on archive.is, but that's a miniscule portion of the site's articles, which stretch back to at least 2009. Is there any way I can access the complete archives of this website, and as a follow-up, any way to back the archives up to my computer? (I would even settle for archiving them myself and saving the screencaptures) PLEASE help, I have been going insane for WEEKS trying to figure this out. I KNOW there has to be a way.