6 Most Common JavaScript SEO Issues and How to Fix Them

Unavailability of Pre-rendered HTML

Pre-rendered HTML struggles with real-time updates, impacting SEO.

Inaccessible Content:

Broken internal links or missing Javascript-rendered content inaccessible to search engines.

Uncrawlable Sections:

Broken Internal links and Outdated XML sitemap issues restrict crawlability

Missing Internal Links:

User interaction and improper coding lead to missing links.

Uncrawlable Resources:

If script files and images on your webpage are blocked from crawling, then Google is not able to render the entire page.

Heavy Unoptimized Files:

Large JavaScript files slow down page loading.