Top 5 acid tests for your website! — HelloLeads Blog

  1. Always include size attributes on your images and video elements, or otherwise reserve the required space with something like CSS aspect ratio boxes.
  2. Never insert content above existing content, except in response to user interaction.
  3. Prefer to transform animations to animations of properties that trigger layout changes.
  • Enter your website URL on the Mobile-Friendly Test page and check the results.
  • Enter your website URL on Google’s PageSpeed insights and click Analyze to check the performance of your website on mobile
  • Check the mobile usability of your website property on the respective Google Search console page. Pages without issues will be shown as Valid and Pages with issues will be shown as Error.
  • A limited set of custom HTML properties, used by AMP, is used to determine the aspect ratio of assets so browsers know what the page will look like before it is rendered.
  • ATF(above the fold) content is prioritized over other requests in the page’s entire load chain with AMP JavaScript. As a result, visitors can start reading/watching almost immediately after arriving
  • With the predetermined layout and asynchronous loading, visitors won’t encounter choppy and jumping page rendering.
  1. In Chrome, open a page.
  2. To check a site’s security, to the left of the web address, look at the security status:
  • Secure
  • Info or not secure
  • Not secure or Dangerous
  6. Best practices for writing descriptive <title> elements



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