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Google Launches Portal To Help Developers Build Modern Web Sites

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Google Opens Web.dev to measure your site

Google has launched a new portal at web.dev that objectives to help developers build modern capabilities on their websites and apps. The portal lets you run an audit against your site and scores it against benchmarks for performs as well as standards for dynamic web applications adherence to best practices, accessibility, and SEO.

There are a few scores that cover with the updates PageSpeed Insights tool that was launched November 12.

Another point of the tool is to teach you what steps can be taken to help enhance your site based on the audit.

  • Network resilience
  • Fast loading times
  • Safe and secure
  • Accessible to all
  • Installable
  • Easily discoverable

There are categories that the audit measures, giving you particular exhortation on the most proficient method to roll out little improvements that could conceivably huge effect improving the score. Here is the category:

  • Performance: Audits for metrics like first paint and time to interactive to determine lag.
  • PWA: Assesses your page against the baseline Progressive Web App Checklist.
  • Best Practices: Looks for everything from HTTPS usage to correct image aspect ratios.
  • SEO: Checks for best practices to ensure your site is discoverable.
  • Accessibility: Checks for common issues that may prevent users from accessing your content.

Google Opens Web.dev to measure your site

It’s possible to measure your SEO score. Search engine Land got dinged, has appeared in the image above, on the score since “Links don’t have descriptive content.” Google at that point linked us to this article with instructions on how to improve our SEO.


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