Google Search Console (GSC) has long offered the ability to render your Industry Email List pages using Googlebot Desktop and Googlebot for Smartphones through the Explore Like Google tool (in the old GSC). It worked well, but Google recently launched a powerful new tool that does even more: the URL Inspection Tool. The URL Inspection tool provides a wealth Industry Email List of information about your site's URLs, including whether they are indexed, if there are any issues that may cause indexing issues, canonicalization information, ability to display rendered HTML and more. As you've probably gathered from that last sentence, you can view rendered HTML for the pages you're testing.
If you click on "Show crawled page", you will see Industry Email List three tabs on the right. These tabs contain the HTML code that Google has for the page so far during the indexing process . This is important to understand because it can contain static HTML or rendered HTML, depending on how long it takes to be fully processed. I noticed this pretty quickly when testing the tool and asked John Mueller and Martin Splitt from Google Industry Email List about it. I also asked them this question in person at the SEO meeting at Google headquarters in New York. Here is my tweet about it:
The second tab contains a screenshot of the rendered page (only when testing live URL via the “test live URL” button). In a perfect world, your rendering Industry Email List will be accurate and won't miss key content elements. But we are not in a perfect world. Unfortunately, sometimes the screenshot does not accurately reflect your rendered page. This could be due Industry Email List to a rendering issue or the inspect tool timing out. That's why it's important to check the rendered HTML to see if the content is there (and not just rely on the screenshot).