The Main Score is the primary metric that summarizes the overall performance of your webpage. It is represented as a numerical score (e.g., 80/100) and is color-coded (green or red) to indicate the level of performance. A higher score is better, and green means good performance, while red indicates that need improvement is needed.
This section specifically focuses on the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP), one of the Core Web Vitals. LCP measures the time it takes for the largest content element on the page to become visible to the user. The value displayed here represents the time in seconds or milliseconds for this important metric.
In this section, you will find a summary of different aspects of your page’s performance.
Your Image Score
This score evaluates the performance of images on your page. It combines results from various image-related tests to provide an overall image score.
Your CSS Score
This score assesses the performance of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) on your webpage. It combines results from various CSS-related tests to give you an overall CSS score.
This section provides a more detailed breakdown of your Core Web Vitals performance. Core Web Vitals include LCP (Largest Contentful Paint), FID (First Input Delay), and CLS (Cumulative Layout Shift), which are important for user experience. Each of these metrics may have its own scores, feedback, and recommendations for improvement.
This section shows the total size of data loaded by your webpage, broken down by file type. It may include information about how much data is associated with images, scripts, stylesheets, and other resources. Monitoring the total page weight helps identify potential areas for optimization.
This section specifically focuses on the weight of your website’s theme, which includes theme-related resources such as stylesheets, fonts, and other assets. Reducing the theme weight can help improve your website’s loading speed.
This section identifies and lists any third-party scripts or files that have been detected on your webpage. Third-party tools can impact your page’s performance, so it’s essential to review this section to understand their impact and consider whether they are necessary or if they can be optimized.
By following these steps and paying attention to the provided scores, metrics, and recommendations, you can effectively interpret and take action to optimize the performance of your site based on the Stonethro Page Speed Report.