Core Web Vitals

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CWV – What is Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)?
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is one of Google's Core Web Vitals (CWVs). LCP is an important user-centric measurement of how fast the largest image or text block renders on a website page, according to  Web.dev . How is LCP measured? L...
CWV – What is First Input Delay (FID)?
First Delay Input (FID) is one of Google's Core Web Vitals (CWV). FID is an important user-centric metric for measuring load responsiveness, according to Web.dev . It helps quantify a user’s perception of a responsive or unresponsive page...
CWV – What is Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)?
What is CLS? Cumulative layout shift (CLS) is a measure of a website's instability. This measure determines whether a website behaves as the user expects it to behave. One of the most frustrating aspects of an unstable website is that the pa...
CWV – What is First Contentful Paint (FCP)?
The First Contentful Paint (FCP) metric measures the amount of time between the moment the user accesses the website and the moment they see something appear in their browser. It’s one of the crucial elements of website performance and is also...
CWV – Using Sortable's Core Web Vitals Report
To create a Core Web Vitals (CWV) report: Navigate to https://analytics.sortable.com/ and under Reports (in the left navigation menu), select Create New Report . Click to select the Core Web Vitals widget. Along with the date range and an...