Dynamic rendering (and dynamic serving) is a technique where a web server, web app or website renders and serves its content in a form most discernable to the visitor.
In the context of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and SMO (Social Media Optimization), dynamic rendering involves serving a statically rendered version of a page to search engines and social media bots in order to improve indexability.
Is dynamic rendering a form of cloaking?
Google and other search engines don’t consider dynamic rendering to be a form cloaking, unless your serve considerably different content to users and crawlers.
Dynamic rendering as implemented by oyato cloud is not a form of cloaking.
How does oyato cloud implement dynamic rendering?
Search Engines & Social Media Bots
Static rendering ensures the search engine or social media bot can index its content and load quickly — both of which improves SEO & SMO.
If the visitor isn’t a bot, by default we serve the original non-prerendered version of your page.
You can enable fully-static or partially-static rendering for regular users as well:
- go to your site’s dashboard
- click on the default page rule
- enable the relevant prerendering option
- click save to apply the changes
Regular Users & Bots
For both regular users and bots we additionally automatically optimize your images based on the browser’s window size and what image formats it supports.
Mordern image formats like WebP can reduce image sizes by up to 90%.
Further size reduction is achieved by automatically resizing images for mobile devices and other smaller browser window sizes.
Originally published at https://oyatocloud.com.