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Md zahid hasan
Aug 05, 2022
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With Google’s Page Experience update now rolled out, websites that are fine-tuned have some new ranking opportunities. In particular, websites can qualify for a ranking boost based on several new performance metrics Google calls “core web vitals.” Core web vitals are a set of core webpage functionalities cork bicycle zone that impact user experience. They now play a part in strategic SEO and can impact how websites rank in Google. Google has defined three core web vitals: Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) First Input Delay (FID) Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) This article is part of our series about Google’s page experience update, and I’m updating it to reflect Google’s latest changes. Here I’ll discuss cumulative layout shift, or CLS: What is CLS? How do you measure CLS? How does CLS impact SEO? How do I improve my CLS score? What Is Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)? CLS measures the formatting changes to a webpage after the initial rendering in a browser, usually by the dynamic insertion of content above what is already being shown. It is generally annoying to be clicking on a link and have that link “move,” resulting in a click to an unexpected location. This kind of instability of content on a webpage creates a bad user experience. Google discusses CLS here: Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is an important, user-centric metric for measuring visual stability because it helps quantify how often users experience unexpected layout shifts—a low CLS helps ensure that the page is delightful. Unexpected page layout shifts hurt the user experience. One example is when a button or link shifts on the webpage, causing a person to click something else. This can be really bad if it means they accidentally made a purchase, as you can see in this demo from
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