Google Wants Feedback On Dynamic Rendering Success

Apr 5, 2019 • 8:09 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

As you know, Google released a method of getting some forms of JavaScript content indexed faster last year named dynamic rendering. It has been a year or so since it was introduced, Google's documentation on it was released in October and Google's Martin Splitt is looking for feedback from those webmasters who have tried it.

As a reminder, Dynamic rendering requires your web server to detect crawlers (for example, by checking the user agent). Requests from crawlers are routed to a renderer, requests from users are served normally. Where needed, the dynamic renderer serves a version of the content that's suitable to the crawler, for example, it may serve a static HTML version. You can choose to enable the dynamic renderer for all pages or on a per-page basis.

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Martin Splitt opened up his DMs on Twitter to accept feedback on how this has been working for you.

So go ahead and let him know.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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