Saturday, May 24, 2014

Google to Launch a Tool for Easier Debugging of JavaScript and CSS

The web is changing for the better and now most of the websites uses JavaScript and CSS in some way or the other. When Google was first launched in the year 1998, the rendering of JavaScript and CSS was not necessary. But, today, it has become important for Google to properly understand the web pages by rendering the JavaScript. 

Hence, Google is currently working to create a tool that will help the webmaster to understand how it renders the website that uses JavaScript. The tool will guide the webmaster to locate any issues that Google bots might be facing while rendering the site.

This was announced today in a blog post. Here are some of the issues that don't go perfectly:

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