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What are the new Google Core Web Vital Standards, and how can they be improved?

Core Web Vital, the latest update to Google Search Console, primarily focuses on how we can improve user page experience.

With the changing times, Google is changing its algorithms to enhance and secure the user experience, and Google rarely announces an update before implementing it. This update came in July 2021, and now that it is fully functional, this update has changed all the SEO games. All the experts are trying to please Google to escape this update. Basically, according to this new update, Google shows our page performance based on three factors: LCP (largest contentful page), FID (first input delay), and CLS (cumulative layout shift).


Google is constantly updating its algorithms to improve and safeguard the user experience, and it is unusual for Google to announce updates before implementation. This modification, which first appeared in July 2021 and is now fully operational, has completely altered the SEO game. In essence, this new update states that Google evaluates the performance of our pages based on three factors: LCP (largest contentful page), FID (first input delay), and CLS (cumulative layout shift). These metrics measure the speed at which page content loads, the responsiveness of the browser to user input, and the stability of the content as it loads in the browser. These three measures will be included as a signal Google refers to as the "Page Experience Signal," in addition to Mobile Friendliness, Secure Browsing, HTTPS, and Intrusive Interstitials.


Primarily focuses on how long it takes for the largest picture on your site to load and how efficiently your CSS and Java scripts are optimized. To get an appealing user experience that is suitable for both desktop and mobile devices, we must address this issue.


A web page's cumulative layout shift is a measurement of how much it changes abruptly over time. A high CLS score might result, for instance, if a website visitor visited a page and, as they were reading it, an image loaded and the page slid down. We can solve this issue by selecting a standard format for your photos and videos. optimizing the ads, and how those ads influence your website using a content management system.


This measures how quickly the website responds to the initial interaction. This might include clicking a button, for example. A high score here signals to the user that the website is responsive and responds quickly to input. However, you must address this issue if your score is poor by optimising your JavaScript code and its handling.

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