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Once in while google crawl the websites and cache the pages of the websites. Now I do not want that cached pages of my website to see from the other people?
Remove the cached version of a page from Google's search results:
1. Go to the Google public URL removal tool. (google.com/webmasters/tools/removals)
Click New removal request.
2.Type the URL of the webpage that's been changed (not the Google search results URL or cached page URL). The URL is case-sensitive—use exactly the same characters and capitalization that the site uses. How to find the right URL.
3. Click Continue.
4. Type a word that appears on the out-of-date cached version of the page, but not anywhere on the live version. This is to help Google understand that the page has changed.
5. It’s often more effective to type a single word rather than a phrase. Don’t describe the removed content or the changes made; instead, explicitly provide a word that was in the old version but is missing from the new. For example, the cached page might contain your name, which has since been removed from the live version. In this case, don’t tell us that "my name has been removed'; instead, type your actual name ("Sylvia") as it appears in the cached version.
6. Click Remove cache.
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Thank you! Excellent instructions. It wasn't my question but I did not know there was a way to remove cached content. Good to know!