WRS retrieves the data from the database or other APIs.
The indexer may index the material. The Googlebot can then add the newly found links to its queue for further crawling.
The most recent Chrome version is the foundation of Googlebot. This indicates that Googlebot renders websites using the most recent version of the browser. Googlebot browses websites the same way a person would while using a browser. Googlebot, however, is not your standard Chrome browser. Googlebot rejects user requests for authorization (i.e., Googlebot will deny video auto-play requests). Across page loads, cookies, local storage, and session storage are removed. Google won't index your content if it depends on cookies or other locally saved information. Googlebot may decide not to download all the resources, but browsers always do.
Google considers canonical tag changes made using JS to be unreliable. Therefore, make sure your canonical URLs are in HTML and not JS. Although there is a potential that Google has already resolved this issue, one should not take a chance with SEO until sure.
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