- Show content without user interactions. You must not hide content and only display it upon a user interaction (for example, a click on a 'Read more' button or a scroll to the bottom of the page). Google doesn't do interactions like these. You may, however, hide content from users and only display it on interaction, as long as the content is part of the site's HTML source code at all times.
A simple way to check if Google can index your text is to search for selected text excerpts in quotes on Google. If your website appears in the search results, this is a sign that Google can read and index the text. Typically, you can just examine a single page of each type (for example, the front page, a category page and a product page).
Similarly, you can check whether Google can index your images. Go to Google Image Search and click on the camera icon on the right of the search bar. Then upload or enter the URL of the image you want to check. Pay particular attention to images and text that require user interaction to be displayed.
A final good test is to use the 'URL Inspection' function in Google Search Console. Enter a URL from your website in the search box at the top of Google Search Console, then click the 'Test Active URL' button on the right. You can now see the HTML code that Google sees on your website and then check if your text and images are part of the HTML code.