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The screenshots below show a typical use of pageVault to search an archive and view a site as it appeared at a certain date and time.
The site used for demonstration purposes is AustLit: The Australian Literature Gateway. This site is neither affiliated with nor endorses pageVault. Pages from this site where captured for demonstration purposes using the method described in the pageVault Trial documentation.
An archived page is shown as it was originally delivered. All embedded and referenced objects (such as scripts, stylesheets, images) are delivered as they were initially. Hyperlinks are all operational, and will retrieve pages archived in the time-frame of the shown page. That is, the site can be viewed as it was at some chosen time in the past.
A pageVault archive viewer control box is inserted in the top left hand corner of the viewed page (more on this next...):
Viewing an archived page with the pageVault archive viewer control box expanded.
When minimized, this box allows you to navigate to the first, previous, next or last version of the page you are viewing, or to maxmize or hide the pageVault archive viewer control box.
When maximized, more options are available, including the initiation of "auto-play" which automatically steps through previous or later versions of the page at a user-configurable rate.
Here the auto-play has been activated to step through previous versions of the page. Note that the pageVault archive viewer control box now contains a "pause" button which pauses the auto-play.
Using the search facility to find pages with 2 or more versions during September and October:
Details for the last shown URL ("/sdi") are shown:
Using the search facility to find a changed version after 9am on the 8th of November 2002 which should be immediately shown (skipping the list shown in the previous example):
And here it is immediately shown:
And here the pageVault archive viewer control box is shown, showing the date and navigation options:
From the shown result, a link is selected ("Possums in the roof"), and that page is shown as it appeared at the time of the previous page:
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