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rajia rimi
Jun 21, 2022
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Google has come a long way with JavaScript rendering. And as various Industry Email List JavaScript frameworks are increasingly used to publish content, it is extremely important to ensure that Google can accurately render all content on a page. If for some reason Google cannot accurately display your pages, some of this content may not be indexed. Industry Email List And in the worst case, significant parts of your main content will not be indexed. First off, if you're unfamiliar with how Google renders JavaScript, then this video segment by Google's Martin Splitt sums it up nicely (at 10:46 in the video). Google crawls the page and sends the page to Industry Email List the processor for rendering. Static HTML is indexed while found links are sent back to the crawler for discovery. The processor connects the page to Chrome (version 41 onwards) and renders content, including content posted via JavaScript. Then the resulting page Industry Email List is indexed, while any additional Industry Email List links found are sent back to the crawler for discovery. So there is a two-phase approach to indexing JavaScript content: Beyond content discrepancies in the rendered Industry Email List HTML, you may find that important directives are missing or have been moved to a new location in the code. I recently wrote a case study where the robots meta tag moved a thousand lines in the code, out of the head and into the body of the document. Scary, right? For site owners and SEOs, this is why it's extremely important to test your pages to make sure all your important content is rendering Industry Email List correctly. Unfortunately,
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