Dynamic rendering is the method of serving content supported by the user agents. This implies serving a client-side rendered version of your website for human users and a separate server-side version for search engines.
How does dynamic rendering work?
The dynamic rendering needs your net server to track crawlers (for example, by checking the user agent). The dynamic renderer serves a specific version of the content that is favorable for the crawler, for instance, it’s going to serve a static HyperText Markup Language version. It matters the most and you can change the dynamic renderer for all pages or on a particular per-page performance.
Dynamic rendering will be considered as cloaking?
No, Googlebot typically does not think about dynamic rendering as cloaking. As long as your dynamic rendering produces similar content, Googlebot will not read dynamic rendering as cloaking.
When dynamic rendering is executed, your website may turn out error pages. Googlebot does not contemplate these error pages as cloaking and treats the error as secondary errors.
Using dynamic rendering to serve completely different content for the users. If the results on SERPs varies from the one that is stored in the algorithms of Google, it may be considered a part of cloaking.
Is Dynamic Rendering Right for my website?
When deciding whether to implement dynamic rendering or not for your website, it is useful to raise the subsequent questions:
1. Is your website indexable?
3. Does your content modification frequently?
4. Are you having the crawl budget problems?
5. Does your team face time and/or budget constraints that might stop them from implementing the server-side rendering?
Why do we Need Dynamic rendering?