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It is also the only scripting language supported by all web browsers that handle client-side scripting.
However, Google has changed their old AJAX crawling scheme guidelines of escaped-fragment #! URLs and HTML snapshots last October, 2015. They are now often able to render and understand web pages.
Beside that, Google still has some limitations regarding JS crawling:
Google also says that:
“If you’re starting from scratch, a good approach is to build your site’s structure and navigation using only HTML. Then, once you have the site’s pages, links, and content in place, you can spice up the appearance and interface with AJAX. “
Linking and content are part of the most important ranking factors to analyze. As search engines can find and index your JS-rendered content; it’s critical to know what they are seeing and how it’s impacting your SEO.
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