Prerendering refers to the act of generating the HTML code for a webpage before it is requested by a user’s browser. The prerendered HTML can then be served to the browser much faster than if it had to be generated on the fly.

The goal of prerendering is to optimize website performance by prebuilding resource intensive pages so that the content is ready to be displayed on demand.

Prerendering can significantly accelerate web page load times.

Common approaches for prerendering use server-side caching, static site generators, or headless content management architectures that render pages at build time rather than on each request.

Contact your web host to find out more about pre-rendering.

Implemented strategically, prerendering improves page speed, SEO, and user experience and helps websites handle traffic spikes more efficiently.