Nevertheless, there are a few things to keep in mind:
- If the web server is not able to handle the number of crawl requests for resources, this could have a negative impact on the renderability of web pages
- Web pages that render quickly are optimal for the crawler and indexing
The impact is not quite so remarkable on most other websites, however. Let’s take a look at a subpage on Zalando, for example.
And then once again without:
Play it safe with Progressive Enhancement
Google recommends building your website with the concept of Progressive Enhancement in mind. Planning the website, starting from a minimally usable version up to a full display, one ensures that the most important content is always available for users, even when they’re using slower or more basic browsers. And since the most important content should also always be available to Google, this is a win-win situation.
There are many other frameworks, all of which can save a lot of time when creating a website but cannot necessarily be fully evaluated by Google or other search engines when it comes to search engine optimisation – not even by Google’s own Angular framework.