Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is a performance metric used to measure the loading speed of a webpage. It represents the time it takes for the largest content element on a webpage to become visible to the user. This could be an image, video, or block of text. LCP is considered an important metric because it directly correlates to a user’s perception of a website’s loading speed. A fast LCP score indicates that the page is loading quickly and is more likely to provide a positive user experience. On the other hand, a slow LCP score indicates that the page may be loading too slowly and could result in users becoming frustrated or leaving the site altogether.
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