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Tammy Everts
Researcher/writer/speaker. Nerd for uke, baking, kickboxing, & . CXO . Cochair . O'Reilly author: she/her
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SpeedCurve 16h
Visualizing layout changes can help you create better user experiences. explains how to debug your Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) scores and see where your biggest layout shifts are happening.
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Tammy Everts Oct 19
As a visual person, I struggle with score-based / metrics. That's why I was so excited when released new visuals that help you make sense of your CLS scores by showing you when and where layout shifts happen on your pages.
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Tim Kadlec Oct 13
New post: Missing A short tale of third-party woes and how we can create a self-fulfilling prophecy if we don't take the time to ask what _isn't_ showing up in our analytics, and why that might be.
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Tammy Everts Oct 13
So what I’m hearing is “How do we make this happen?”
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Tammy Everts Oct 13
Replying to @unRonic
I think everyone has an almost-full box of these. If we combined them all, we could staple a ring around the world.
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Andy Davies Oct 12
There's a danger that we focus on site speed as an end in itself rather than how it influences our visitors behaviour and ultimately our sites' success We've got to be more effective at linking them together
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Tammy Everts Oct 12
This site is still down. Are you aware? FYI, here’s the page on the BC CDC site that links to it:
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Screaming Frog Oct 12
Reducing the Site-Speed Impact of Third-Party Tags - via
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Tim Kadlec Oct 12
Today in "Bad Things Third Parties Do...." A third-party widget with ~2.5s of consecutive long tasks. On a new MacBook Pro. With no CPU throttling.
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Tammy Everts Oct 12
Replying to @PHSAofBC
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Tammy Everts Oct 12
Letting you know that is down. Frustrating for those of us trying to get Covid test results.
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CP Clermont Oct 9
This article by is underrated. Being able to test site speed hypotheses in a prod-like environment with no risk and a short feedback loop is the most amazing thing I've seen in a while.
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Fabian Krumbholz Oct 9
I discovered the new CLS feature in the test view after I spent 2 hours making screenshots in the Dev Tools to showcase CLS issues in a presentation. This feature will save me a lot of time in the future. I love it!
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SpeedCurve Oct 7
Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is one of Google's Core Web Vitals. Because it's score-based, it's a bit tricky to wrap your head around. So we've added visualizations to help you see when and where layout shifts are happening on your pages.
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Tim Kadlec Oct 7
Woke up to find a snazzy new way of visualizing Cumulative Layout Shift in . Really nice work that should make it easier to figure out what's going on with one of the trickier metrics to debug at the moment.
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Nicolas Steenhout Oct 2
If a disabled person tells you about something related to the disability experience, and you're not disabled, kindly shut up and listen. Don't argue. Don't give your opinion about our experience. Shut up. Listen. Learn.
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Bridget Kromhout Oct 2
Everything is (gestures at world) this morning, so I replied to a recruiter email and corrected the technical inaccuracies in his pitch, then connected him to a local Slack with a jobs channel. He was grateful! Be kind. Vote. Wear a mask. Choose to help. 💖
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Tammy Everts Oct 1
Replying to @ziyatong
Yep, I’m having the same thoughts.
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SpeedCurve Oct 1
You asked for this, so we built it: now you can filter your Favorites at the dashboard level. In this short video, shows how easy it is to use Favorites filters and how to use them in combination with your chart-level filters.
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SpeedCurve Sep 30
NEW! We've added a plan type that gives you the flexibility of Pay-As-You-Go + Enterprise features: ⚡️ WebPageTest scripting ⚡️ Unlimited users/teams ⚡️ Synthetic starts at $15/month ⚡️ RUM starts at $68/month ⚡️ 20% annual discount
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