CMS For Healthy Core Web Vitals | Technical Origami

Every single day, Google receives and processes over 63,000 user searches per second. In the early years, Google made a handful of updates to its search algorithm, but with the increasing internet use and evolving technology, Google makes thousands of updates every year. Some of these are minor optimizations, whereas some are termed broad core updates. One such significant change was to combine Core Web Vitals and previous UX-related signals.

Well, Core Web Vitals include three different indicators that together try to display how convenient it is for a user to interact with a web page on the internet. This demonstrates how long it takes for a site to be ready for visitor interaction. The Core Web Vitals are essential to enhance the search results. It further lets Google understand how well a website is performing and spot the areas where it can do better. In simple words, they are speed metrics that are a part of Google’s page experience signals that are used to measure user experience.

The three Core Web Vitals metrics:

  • Largest Contentful Pain (LCP)
  • First Input Delay (FID)
  • Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)

Moreover, the Core Web Vitals CMS rankings are determined based on two datasets which include:

  • CRuXDataset–This dataset is generated from the actual website visits by people who have opted for the option to anonymously allow Core Web Vitals data to be collected from the websites they visit.
  • Lab Dataset – The Lab Dataset is an outcome of a crawler that collects the data from millions of websites.

Now that you know about the datasets used, it is time to check out the results and find out the top 6 CMS that have managed to be on the list. Let us have a look:

  1. Duda

This professional website builder platform made it to the first position. Duda allows businesses to get online quickly without worrying much about the underlying technology. According to the stats we examined previously, 77.3% of websites built with Duda had a good Core Web Vitals performance.

  1. Drupal

The second place is booked by Drupal, which is an open-sourceheadless CMS platform for creating straightforward websites or intricate web apps that scored a 58.2%. This means that 58.2% of the websites built with Drupal had a good core web vitals score.

  1. Wix

Comparing the results of two consecutive years, Wix has slipped down the list into third place in context to the number of websites receiving a good Core Web Vitals Score. According to the recent stats, 54% of the websites built with Wix have a good Core Web Vitals score.

  1. Squarespace

The Squarespace sites have a passing CWV score of 42.84%, which is better than the previous score.

  1. WordPress

WordPress continues to work on its performance and improves with a score of 37.4%, which is far better than earlier. And the coming versions of WordPress are expected to bring further improvements in its performance.

  1. Joomla
    Earlier Joomla couldn’t make it to the list of top 6 CMS, but this time it has managed to rank with a score of 35%.

Since Google has turned Core Web Vitals into ranking criteria, it becomes essential to keep an eye on it. However, an important point to remember is that the Core Web Vitals should not be adjusted by the site owners, rather they should be managed by the developers, to avoid any further nuisance.

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