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WordPress has established itself among the most popular CMS globally, empowering millions of websites. In its continuous effort to enhance user experience and improve SEO performance, WordPress frequently releases newer versions with improvements and bug fixes compared to the previous versions.
Carrying the tradition, WordPress is releasing a major update, i.e., WordPress 6.3, on 8th August 2023. The 6.3 version release will offer significant updates, mainly focused on optimizing the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) performance.
You might wonder a CMS that powers over WordPress-market-share/” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow noopener”>43.1% of all websites online; why would its latest release focus primarily on LCP? The focus is valid since LCP is a key metric for user experience.
LCP refers to the time it takes for the largest content element on a webpage to become visible to users. And this blog will explore more about LCP and other changes introduced in WordPress 6.3 that will positively impact your site’s SEO performance.
WordPress 6.3: An Overview
WordPress 6.3 brings a host of improvements to streamline LCP optimization and deliver faster-loading websites. These changes are based on meticulous analysis and feedback from the WordPress community.
WordPress aims to enhance LCP performance and improve the overall user experience by implementing these updates.
WordPress 6.3: New Features & Enhancements
This section covers the feature additions and the improvements expected in WordPress 6.3 (the upcoming major version).
Improved LCP Performance
Considered the most talked-about enhancement in WordPress 6.3 is the addition of the fetchpriority attribute to the LCP image. This attribute informs the browser to prioritize the LCP image even before it has computed the layout, resulting in faster load times.
WordPress will now…
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