I would like to render meta pagination links (
As Google Search Console does not show rendered meta data is there any other way to check if Google bot sees those links or not?
We dynamically inserted in the DOM various tags that are critical for SEO:
- Title elements
- Meta descriptions
- Meta robots
- Canonical tags
Result: In all cases the tags were crawled respected, behaving exactly as HTML elements in source code should.
The Meta Description in the SERP result above has been injected with Google Tag Manager. So it IS true:
Google’s crawlers index dynamically injected meta data as well.
I don't see any reason that Googlebot would treat link meta elements for pagination any differently than other dynamically generated meta elements that have been tested.
Your question confuse me.
Checkout source code of how Googlebot view your page.
Is there any other way to check if Google bot sees those links or not?
If you mean by rel or next links, then Go to Search apperence and see HTML improvement option. Google will return duplicate error when two URL display same title for example,
www.example.com/page1/ - Hell World - My domain name www.example.com/page2/ - Hello World - My domain name
So if you have implement pagination correctly then Google will not display the duplicate title error, because pagination pages always have same title across all the pages like
www.example.com/article.html?p=1 - Hell World - My domain name www.example.com/article.html?p=2 - Hell World - My domain name