Core Web Vitals - Is Really Important?

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  • Emma Peterson
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    Originally posted by Jamie Lee View Post
    Hey,

    Core Web Vitals are a set of user-facing metrics for speed, responsiveness, and visual stability that can be used to help site owners measure user experience on the web.
    To know more: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/core-web-vitals/
    Hey, thank you Jamie for sharing such beneficial and informative article.

    After reading this, now I am able to know what is actually Core Web Vital update.

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  • Jamie Lee
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    Hey,

    Core Web Vitals are a set of user-facing metrics for speed, responsiveness, and visual stability that can be used to help site owners measure user experience on the web.
    To know more: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/core-web-vitals/

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  • Aaron Martin
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    Hello,

    Core Web Vitals has three metrics:
    • Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) measures how quickly the largest element (images, videos, animations, text, etc.) on a website can load and appear.
    • Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) ensures that unexpected, confusing movements on a website's pages do not distract users from consuming the content.
    • First Input Delay (FID) measures how responsive a website's pages are the first time users interact with them. It also measures how quickly a website's browser can return a result to users.

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  • Robyn Jones
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    Originally posted by victorvictories View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    So, I'm having trouble getting my website to pass core web vitals. It's a WordPress/Elementor site. The first problem I'm trying to solve is the "reduce unused javascript" warning. My confusion stems from the fact that it is triggered by all Google products, including:
    • Google Tag Manager
    • reCaptcha
    • Google Maps
    I'm trying to defer javascript using Autoptimize and CriticalCSS, but it's not working. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    Hello,

    Installing the Skyrocket plugin on your website will help you improve your CWV score. It is a paid plugin, but it significantly improves your loading speed and all three CWVs. To optimise your core web vitals, you can even hire any website design company.

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  • Clara Smith
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    Hello,

    I'm not big fans of foreign themes or plugins. However, the very common issue is that scripts are scattered throughout the entire website: for example, you do not have gmaps on every page. Remove it by hard-coding it through functions or something. Styles and fonts are also merciless in terms of size and number of external calls... Apply the manual tune up, it works every time, one day of work will yield long-term benefits, and it is not as scary as it sounds. I hope this helps.

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  • victorvictories
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    Core Web Vitals - Is Really Important?

    Hello Everyone,

    So, I'm having trouble getting my website to pass core web vitals. It's a WordPress/Elementor site. The first problem I'm trying to solve is the "reduce unused javascript" warning. My confusion stems from the fact that it is triggered by all Google products, including:
    • Google Tag Manager
    • reCaptcha
    • Google Maps
    I'm trying to defer javascript using Autoptimize and CriticalCSS, but it's not working. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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