Some days ago I found htmx which I really like.

It is simple and gives me a way to use my favorite backend solution, and I can avoid a lot of JavaScript.

But I am unsure if the google bot will find the lazy loaded snippets.


<div hx-post="/clicked"
    Click Me!

This tells htmx:

"When a user clicks on this div, issue an HTTP POST request to '/clicked' and use the content from the response to replace the element with the id parent-div in the DOM"

Will the google bot find data which I load lazy by htmx?


The google crawlers do execute javascript these days, so content lazily loaded by htmx might be visible, but no guarantees.

If you use the hx-boost attribute to enhance normal links and forms, that should be very index-bot friendly:


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