JavaScript Rendering: What It Is and How to Handle It

May 15, 2024

In this article, we’ll explain:What JavaScript rendering is, and how different browsers and search engines handle itThe impact of JavaScript rendering on search engine optimization (SEO)The three main methods for handling JavaScript renderingHow to check for JS rendering issues on your sitePro tip Uncover JavaScript-related issues and much more with Semrush’s Site Audit. What Is JavaScript Rendering? JS rendering is the process of how a browser interprets and executes JavaScript code implemented on a webpage. There are three JavaScript rendering methods you can choose from: client-side rendering, server-side rendering, and static site generation. Client-Side Rendering (CSR)In CSR, JavaScript code is executed in the user’s browser instead of on the server side.

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