Bot browser and User Browser

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Bot browser and User Browser
« on: 01-13-2015, 03:58:58 »
Hello Friends,

I am sorry, if I am asking this question in the wrong section. Please let me know what does the term "Bot Browser" and "User Browser" refers to? Do this term have to do anything with SEO?

Experts please help me to clear this concept.


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Re: Bot browser and User Browser
« Reply #1 on: 01-15-2015, 23:14:41 »
The BOLT Browser was a web program for cell telephones including gimmick telephones and cell phones that can run Java ME applications. The BOLT Browser is offered gratis to shoppers and by permit to Mobile system administrators and handset producers. Bolt is created by Bitstream Inc., the organization which awhile ago delivered the Thunderhawk for Mobile system administrators and handset makers.

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Re: Bot browser and User Browser
« Reply #2 on: 02-17-2015, 09:04:12 »
Hello Friends,

I am sorry, if I am asking this question in the wrong section. Please let me know what does the term "Bot Browser" and "User Browser" refers to? Do this term have to do anything with SEO?

Experts please help me to clear this concept.

Unfortunately you do not provide any context in which case the terms "Bot Browser" or "User Browser" are being used. That being said, I assume it is being used in the case of the crawler vs the users browser (Firefox, Chome, etc.).

Typically in the past, crawlers did not execute Javascript and also did not actually render the webpage. So there is a difference in what the bot saw, and what the user saw. This is why you had to ensure that the bot was able to access all your content without Javascript, otherwise it would not be able to index your dynamically requested content (i.e Ajax).

Nowadays Google uses Webkit (Blink) as its crawler / "bot browser", so it is able to execute Javascript and also render your page as it appears to ordinary users.

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