Testing and debugging JavaScript sites for Search – JavaScript SEO



When building JavaScript websites and web apps, you want to make sure they are search-friendly and accessible to crawlers such as Googlebot. In this video, you will learn what tools exist to test and debug your JavaScript sites for Google Search!

Check if your web page is mobile-friendly → http://bit.ly/2F2P538
Check out the Google Search console → http://bit.ly/2Jq0PlU
Does your page support rich results?
→ http://bit.ly/2T56nla
Understand rendering on Google Search → http://bit.ly/2CiQTEA
Learn about Lighthouse → http://bit.ly/2yJjqkb

JavaScript SEO is an entirely new series on best practices and SEO for JavaScript. Stay tuned by subscribing to the Google Webmasters channel → https://bit.ly/Webmasters1

Check out other videos in the JavaScript SEO Playlist → https://bit.ly/JavaScriptSEO

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13 thoughts on “Testing and debugging JavaScript sites for Search – JavaScript SEO”

  1. Hi, I have problem with Lighthouse and React CSR website. When running Speed and Performance Test ,the load time of page is quite nice when checking in webpagetest.org but really poor in Lighthouse report. What does it mean? Does Google takes only Performance metrics from Lighthouse or it is not the only source of defining site speed, TFBs and other metrics? From where does those differences between tools came from? Anyone else have this problem?

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