This is discussed in the latest episode of the search of the recorded podcast. The Google’s Martin Split, John Mueller, Gary Illyes, and Daniel Waisberg. Mueller raises the issue of creating a website using a static site generator. This leads to the realization that he and split both use the same tool called Hugo.
For simplicity, Hugo uses the markdown language to create pages, but this comes to limiting the inability to use HTML for things like no-follow tags and redirects.
- But as far as I know, and as far as I can see, we scan a page and then insert the contents of the document into our index, then render the page and then complete the content from the dam.
Use the view as a google tool in the search console to get an idea. What Googlebot can see when it crawls your site. If the view as a google tool can deliver all the critical content, you can. Split says You do not need to worry.