Google Page Experience Checker & Test

This tool will check the performance of your site and the core web vitals data to improve the user experience.

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Google Page Experience Checker


Important to improve the Page Experience on your website, why?

Page Experience is a set of metrics that measure how users perceive the experience of interacting with the Web beyond the cost of clean information. These include Core Web Vitals, a set of metrics that measure actual user experience in terms of a site's performance, interactivity, and visual stability. You can use this Genelify Google Page Experience Checker to check your site about metrics of Web Vitals.

There are have 7 factor to measure of core web vitals, such as:

1. Largest Contentful Paint

Largest Contentful Paint is a metric that measures the time it takes for a web page to display the largest amount of user content on the screen, complete and ready to interact.

2. First Contentful Paint

First Contentful Paint is the time it takes the browser to visualize the first part of the DOM content (image or others element) on the page. First Contentful Paint pages must appear within 2 seconds or less.

3. Speed Index

Simply, Speed index is how many time webpage appears every parts to display. You need optimize your assets, content or rendering to boost speed index. 

4. Total Blocking Time

Total Blocking time is how much time a webpage during long process and block the main thread and affect the usability of the site.

5. Cumulative Layout Shift

Cumulative layout change is one of most important Core Web Vitals metrics used to measure the user experience your site provides and evaluate your site in search results.

6. Time To Interactive

Time to interactive is metric of Core Web VItals to evaluate and identify page responsiveness when user visiting your website.

7. Mobile Friendly

Mobile friendly is an indicator to determine if a website can be used for mobile devices, with small or large screen sizes.