To make search engines find AJAX content, you can implement the following techniques:
- Serve a HTML snapshot: Serve a HTML snapshot of your AJAX content to search engines, which can be easily indexed. You can use a service like Prerender.io to generate the HTML snapshot.
- Dynamic rendering: This technique involves serving a different version of your content to search engines and users. The version served to search engines will have all the necessary content included, while the version served to users will have the dynamic AJAX content.
- Hashbang URLs: You can use hashbang URLs (e.g. example.com/#!page) to make your AJAX content crawlable. Search engines will index the URL and follow the #!.
- HTML pushState: This technique involves updating the URL of the page when the AJAX content changes, without reloading the page. This allows search engines to index the new content and provide a better user experience.
It's important to note that these techniques can be complex to implement and maintain. It's advisable to consult with a developer to ensure that your AJAX content is accessible to search engines and users.