Enter your domain to check website performance & compliance with Core Web Vitals in the upcoming Google page experience update in May 2021.
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is one of the Core Web Vitals and should be under 2.5 seconds for a good user experience.
First Input Display (FID) is a part of Core Web Vitals and should be less than 100 milliseconds for a good user experience.
Also a part of Core Web Vitals, Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) should have a score of less than 0.1 for a good user experience.
Over 50% of Google searches originate from mobile devices. Make sure your website is responsive and adjusts to every dimension.
Your website should not contain malicious (malware) or deceptive content and should be safe for all visitors.
HTTPS is your site’s first line of defense when Google checks your website for Encryption, Data Integrity, and Authentication.
Web pages with intrusive pop-ups or banners that conceal actual content get flagged by Google because it ruins the user experience.
This page is safe for browsing.
The connection of this website is secure.
Check whether site is mobile friendly.
Identify required interstitials, such as age-verification popups and cookie notifications.
Identify all other popups, and evaluate them according to the amount of space they take up.
Make note of any third-party scripts present on your website that might trigger popups. You will often find these if you use a CMS.
For WordPress users, check your plugins. You might have to adjust the sizes using the plugins’ settings.
These are optimization suggestions based on your app.
These suggestions can further improve your page load time.
These optimization suggestions will help further enhance your page speed.