- Sometimes things don't go perfectly during rendering, which may negatively impact search results for your site. Here are a few
potential issues, and – where possible, – how you can help prevent
them from occurring:
indexing systems won’t be able to see your site like an average user.
your content can be indexed better. This is especially important for
our algorithms understand that the pages are optimized for mobile. If
your web server is unable to handle the volume of crawl requests for
resources, it may have a negative impact on our capability to render
your pages. If you’d like to ensure that your pages can be rendered by
Google, make sure your servers are able to handle crawl requests for
- It's always a good idea to have your site degrade gracefully. This will help users enjoy your content even if their browser doesn't have
As a result of this they have deprecated their crawlable Ajax standard:
Since the assumptions for our 2009 proposal are no longer valid, we recommend following the principles of progressive enhancement. For example, you can use the History API pushState() to ensure accessibility for a wider range of browsers (and our systems).