13 Feb '18, 1pm

Fetch & Render Partial Status: The Most Common Causes

Editor’s note: “Ask an SEO” is a weekly column by technical SEO expert Jenny Halasz . Come up with your hardest SEO question and fill out our form . You might see your answer in the next #AskanSEO post! Here’s today’s Ask an SEO question: Why does the Fetch and Render tool from Google Search Console show a green check mark and “Partial” sometimes? Why is this different from Fetch, which shows “Complete”? Typically the “fetch” command can be executed without any issues, as it’s just a GET command to get the code of the page. If Google is unable to fetch a page, that generally indicates that it is blocked in some way. It may be blocked by robots.txt, noindex, or another method. The “fetch and render” command is an attempt to actually render all of the items on the page. If there are certain items that are blocked, Google will reply with a “partial” message and a list of the ...

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