Largest Contentful Paint scores on WordPress 6.3 will increase SEO performance. WordPress revealed that version 6.3, due out in August 2023, will assist websites in improving their Core Web Vitals SEO rankings, notably in the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) category.
Page speed is crucial since it can increase sales and enhance ad views and clicks. Even if it only contributes a minor amount to Google’s ranking algorithm.
A website’s user experience can influence how long visitors stay on the site, whether they suggest it to others, and how frequently they visit.
A positive user experience is essential to building popularity. And in my opinion, Google Search gives users the results they want for each given query.
Most Contented Paint
A metric called Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) gauges how long it takes to render the biggest picture or text block. This metric’s fundamental goal is to show how long a user thinks it takes for a webpage to load.
What the site visitor sees in their browser also referred to as the viewport is what is being measured. The improvements made by WordPress in version 6.3 complete a long-standing effort. To precisely apply HTML characteristics to particular parts for the optimum Core Web Vitals performance.
Priority Fetch CSS Property
Fetchpriority instructs the browser which resources on a webpage should be downloaded first. In order to produce the content that a site visitor sees in their browser, or what is in their viewport.
In comparison to material that is at the top of the page and in the site visitor’s viewport. Content that is not in the viewport i.e., content that a user must scroll down the page to see has a lower priority. The materials that are given high priority and low priority can be managed by a publisher using fetch priority.