also, google is supposed to index uptodate only versions of webpages, and since this is not the cached version, I suppose google sees even now the more text
Google won't cache it because of this line in the source:<meta name="robots" content="noarchive">
So what is displayed is always going to be whatever Google indexed, whenever it indexed it.
just wonder how google can do that and I want to use it for other websites as well...
A question: Did you initially search for "indication of early ego development, because instinctual needs are", a smaller subset of it or something completely different on that page?
I don't know how Google does it but I'm sure there is probably info on the WWW describing it - just need to search for it
A way to test whether Google does it normally is to search for something near the bottom of an article and see if Google has picked it up on a site you need to authenticate yourself on.
Assuming that Google has been allowed to index it, the following will stop compliant search engines from indexing the page and any links from it:<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">
Or the existence of a robots.txt
file in the root with appropriate rules.