On 25/11/2015 20:22, webado wrote:
Which is why the recommended approach was* to create a workaround by
having your server present a quasi-static version to crawlers & search
engines that doesn't require the use of Java (or dynamically created
Google called it an HTML Snapshot.
*Although as of October 2015 Google no longer propose the AJAX crawling
method for getting your content into Googles SERP, it is a process which
can help some crawlers obtain a snapshot of your dynamically generated
So long as you don't block Google's servers from accessing your JS and
CSS, they can now grab a copy of your dynamic content and don't need the
HTML Snapshot work around themselves.
But, I'm digressing from the OP's original question because I don't
believe gSc can access the HTML snapshots so regardless, it won't see
the generated HTML or the dynamic content...
I should have kept quiet ;) doh...