Include essential content in initial HTML response
Essential content of the web page such as the page title and meta elements, as well as any important body content are included in the initial HTML response. This enables Google to get a good first impression of your page.
(Example of HTML code)
Include navigational elements in your initial HTML response
All navigational elements should be present in the HTML response. Including your main navigation, as well as your sidebar and footer, which contain important contextual links.
rel=”nofollow” link attribute value
(Example of render blocking resource issue highlighted in Page Speed Insights tool)
Implement image lazy loading with loading attribute
By implementing images via the loading attribute; search engines are able to get the image URLs from the HTML without rendering the page, and browsers know to lazy load the image.
- Use server side rendering and dynamic rendering where appropriate
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