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Largest Contentful Paint


The Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) measures the loading time required to display the largest file or content on a page. This might include a visible image, video, web text or an H1 title. 

The LCP relates to all content above the fold, but the final LCP score is only determined when the full page has loaded. A good LCP score is around 2.5 seconds. A page with an LCP score of 4 seconds or higher is considered a slow page. 

You can improve the LCP score in several ways. For example, you can speed up the loading time of images by compressing them or uploading them in a smaller size. You can also improve the response time of the server by using a content delivery network or improving the content cache. Finally, you can minimise the CSS files or lower the JavaScript files when they do not need to be displayed above the fold. 

LCP is one part of the three Google Core Web Vitals. The other two are First Input Delay and Cumulative Layout Shift. 

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