Core Web Vitals
Core web vitals is a set of metrics introduced by Google to help you measure the quality of user experience on a website by quantifying the core web vital metrics. The metrics are defined as the three most important metrics to measure the quality of user experience.
The Core Web Vitals Metrics
The three core web vitals metrics are the largest contentful paint, first input delay, and cumulative layout shift. These metrics measure the loading, interactivity, and visual stability of the webpage.
- Largest Contentful Paint, LCP: measures loading performance with the perceived time the main content of the page is likely loaded content. Should be less than 2.5s
- First Input Delay, FID: measures interactivity. The time it takes before the user can provide input. Should be under 100ms.
- Cumulative Layout Shift, CLS: measures visual stability. The layout should be visually stable and keep a CLS of less than 0.1.