Core Web Vital is a set of specific factors that Google considers crucial in a webpage’s for proper user experience.
It is basically made up of three specific page speed and user interaction measurements: largest contentful paint, first input delay, and cumulative layout shift.
In this post, we will discuss it in detail.
- Open “Google Search Console“
- Under the “Experience” section, you will see “Core Web Vital.” Just click on it.
You will see the errors on which pages of your website error is coming and from which medium (from mobile or desktop) you can see the reports.
- Under Mobile Report, you see how many pages in mobile errors are coming and how many pages in desktop errors are coming.
- To resolve, click on “Open Report” As Mobile Errors are at the top, first solve that.
When you click on “Open report,” the page gets come:
In the image, you see that your website is affecting by 371 errors in mobile, which you will have to resolve because it is depreciating your website ranking on the search engine result page.
- When you see details of it, then you see two points there: which are
CLS issue: more than 0.25 (mobile) >> CLS stands for CUMULATIVE LAYOUT SHIFT
LCP issue: longer than 4s (mobile) >> LARGEST CONTENTFUL PAGE
In CLS, at the right side there are 371 errors. Click on it. After click on it, you will see the pages affecting by this error.
In the below section, click on the link: when you will click on a particular link, then in the right area, you will see the all URL’s which are affecting:
Go through each URL and use “Pagespeed Insights” tools to check the page’s speed and check where what is not working, all the details you can check there.
Solve all the issues seeing there, the problem gets solved, and we can see it after 15-20 days that whatever we have done gets solved or not.
The exact process will be done with the “Desktop Section.”
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