A doubt came adult on Twitter per how Googlebot sees a page and possibly a fetch and describe within Google Search Console is a many accurate or if regulating a cache perspective from within a Google hunt formula is some-more accurate.
John Mueller answered, and he pronounced that fetch and describe will be a closest. If Googlebot can see it in a render, afterwards it would be indexable.
Fetch describe is closest – if it works there, it’ll work for search. Cache = only tender HTML.
— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) May 29, 2017
He does supplement that cache is simply a true HTML, so it doesn’t indispensably describe a page properly, as it would if fetch describe is used.
The cache is a tender HTML. Without a tender HTML, a picture won’t be loaded. If a blueprint doesn’t demeanour perfect, that’s customarily OK.
— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) May 30, 2017
Of course, this doesn’t work if a site is not your own. In those cases, we are stranded with possibly regulating Google’s cache to check, or use a Googlebot spoofer, nonetheless be wakeful that some sites do retard those spoofing Googlebot. But cache is an easy approach to mark check pages, generally aspirant pages, when we do not have entrance to a comment in Google Search Console.
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