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Google launches portal to help developers build modern web sites

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A new Google tool on Web.dev measures the performance of your site, as well as compliance with progressive web apps, best practices, accessibility and SEO standards compliance.

Google launches portal to help developers build modern web sites
Google launches portal to help developers build modern web sites
Google has launched a new portal on web.dev which aims to help developers build modern capabilities on their websites and apps. The portal allows you to conduct audits against your website and scores to perform the benchmark as well as to follow progressive web application standards, best practices, accessibility, and SEO.

Some scores have overlapped with updates to the PageSpade Insights Tool launched on Monday.

Next Step Suggestions. The aim of the tool is to educate you about what steps you can take to improve your website based on the audit. Learning section divides learning categories into fast loading times, network flexibility, safe and secure, easily discoverable, installable, and accessible to everyone. These categories coincide with the audit scores shown above.

Written test. Audit measures these categories and gives specific advice on making small changes which can make a big impact on the score improvement. These categories include:

Performance: Audit for metrics such as the first paint and time for interactive to determine the interval.
PWA: Assesses your page against the basic progressive web app checklist.
Best Practices: Image Detects everything by using HTTPS to correct aspect ratio.
SEO: Checks for best practices to make your site discoverable.
Accessibility: Investigations for common issues that can prevent users from accessing your content.
Measure your SEO score.

Google launches portal to help developers build modern web sites
Google launches portal to help developers build modern web sites

 Yes, you can also measure your SEO score. You can see this site in the above screenshot, Ding was screwed on the score due to “Link has no descriptive text”. Google has linked this help article with instructions to improve our SEO.

What difference does it make? If we fix the descriptive text problem with our link, will our search ranking improve? I doubt it.

 But overall, Google expects that if you keep these factors in mind, it will cause a better user experience on your website for your users. A visitor better than a better user experience, more links, more social shares and who knows – could result in a better ranking in Google.

Web.dev launches a new portal that aims to help developers build modern capabilities on their websites and apps. This portal allows you to run audit against your website and score with benchmark for performance, as well as the progressive compliance standards of best practices, accessibility, web applications and SEO.

There are some scores that overlap with updates to the PageSpace Insights tool launched on November 12.

Another goal of this tool is to educate you what steps can be taken to help improve your website based on the audit. Learning section in:

Fast loading time
Network flexibility
safe and secure
Easily searchable
Installable
Accessible to all
These special categories are called Audit Score while talking about the above.

There are categories that offer specific advice on auditing measures, making small changes that can potentially have a significant impact on score improvement. Here are the categories:

Exhibit: Time for the first paints like audits for metrics and interactive
PWA: Assesses your page against the basic progressive web app checklist.
Best Practices: Image Detects everything by using HTTPS to correct aspect ratio.
SEO: Checks for best practices
Accessibility: Investigations for common issues that can prevent users from accessing your content.

It is also possible to measure your SEO score. Search engine land, as shown in the above image, is found on the score as “Link does not have descriptive text”. Then Google linked us to this help article with instructions to improve our SEO

It is Google’s hope that if you keep these factors in mind, it can be a reason for a better user experience for your users. A better user experience is a site that can deliver, the happier your visitor will get, and the more links and social shares you get. Your ranking may also increase in Google.

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