Why is it important?
- Dropdown menus
- Animations and animated graphics
- Dynamic page backgrounds such as images or colours
There are a few ways to do this:
Crawling and indexing are the processes by which Google understands websites and evaluates their performance. These findings are then all pulled together to determine their ranking.
- Ensuring that lazy loading for images is correctly implemented
Blocking .js files
You should almost always allow these files to be crawled to prevent this from happening.
Slow rendering content
Page speed and loading times are very significant ranking factors for Google. If your site is slow, users won’t like it, and so neither will search engines.
Lack of internal links
If you do have buttons, they should link to another URL on the site, rather than opening in the same place without a URL change. Otherwise, Google can’t follow a link path and move around the site as easily.
A strong internal linking strategy gives Google the paths it needs to better understand your site.
Lack of static URLs
Your URLs should look like this: embryo.com/example
Avoid URL structures that look like this: (embryo.com/#/example) or (embryo.com#example).