Javascript rendering – on all crawls

“Even if it takes Google a few days to render a page, it will render most of the pages. Therefore, Javascript rendering is activated on every crawl.”

Current Chrome version

We crawl with a current version of Chrome to be technically up-to-date with Google.

Compared to the HTML version

We compare the rendered with the non-rendered HTML source text and identify deviations, for example in the title, robots, canonical tag or the internal links.

Storage of HTML

We save the rendered and non-rendered HTML of the crawls. This means that it can be checked retrospectively at any time our crawler viewed the website.