LCP Issue – on Google Webmaster tools stands for Largest Contentful Paint and it measures the loading performance of that page.
To conform to Google’s measure of a good LCP issue the page should load within 2.5 seconds or less.
LCP is also a key indicator for a positive user experience.
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is a new page load metric available as a performance API.
LCP also referes to page speed as the speed of delivering the largest contentful element to the screen.
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What is a good LCP Issue score?
To provide a good user experience, sites should strive to have Largest Contentful Paint occur within the first 2.5 seconds of the page starting to load. To ensure you’re hitting this target for most of your users, a good threshold to measure is the 75th percentile of page loads, segmented across mobile and desktop devices.
Largest Contentful Paint or LCP is a landmark timing based metric that reports the time at which the largest above-the-fold element was rendered.
To calculate the largest element, LCP considers the following:
- <img>, <image> or <video> elements
- Elements with background images. E.g: background-image: url()
- Block level elements containing text
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