Google also updated the Fetch & Render tool to display how GoogleBot sees your page versus how a user sees your page.
Clicking deeper will show you the specific pages that embed those blocked resources, ultimately taking you through “the steps to diagnose and resolve,” says Google’s John Mueller.
Here is a picture of the report; keep in mind, you can drill deeper by clicking on the host name.
The fetch and render tool is designed to show you how Google sees your page. But now, Google is showing you how it sees your page versus how a user sees your page, side-by-side. Google said:
When you request a URL be fetched and rendered, it now shows screenshots rendered both as Googlebot and as a typical user. This makes it easier to recognize the issues that significantly influence why your pages are seen differently by Googlebot.
Here is a picture of one of my sites that show the two side-by-side:
For more details on the new blocked resources report, click here.
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