Is there an issue if 1.HTML has 1239 lines and Google fetch only shows 560 h is that a problem?

Is there an issue if 1.HTML has 1239 lines and Google fetch only shows 560 h is that a problem?

Webmaster Guru Asked on February 6, 2017 in HTML.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

So there there is a limit in the fetch as Google tool with regards to the amount or the the size of a page that’s returned it’s not my number of lines but it’s bye-bye size however it’s it’s a fairly high limit so that’s something where it’s it’s a little bit below what we would use for search but it’sit’s pretty high so I think it’s a couple hundred kilobytes of of HTML that it can fetch so if you’re running into that limit then my guess is for the most part your HTML pages are just way too complex and it’s not so much that you would automatically see an issue in search but it’s definitely something that will slow things down for users who are loading your pages if your HTML itself is a couple kids hundred kilobytes large then that that seems a bit bit too large I mean not not in the sense that we would rank your site less but it just slow is everything down and that’s usually pretty easy to improve.

 

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on February 6, 2017.
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