Google Search Console Now Shows Data About Web Light Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google Search Console Now Shows Data About Web Light Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google Search Console features started site that is showing how often Web Light search results are served to users.

This data can be found in the “search appearance” report in Google Search Console, where users will now see a filter for Web Light results.

We just updated Search Console’s new Performance report to include filters for the Web Light search appearance. You can find out more about Web Light at https://t.co/2CjLZAaGTj and check out Search Console at https://t.co/uoaCWUIrap pic.twitter.com/XX2csR1gGp

— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) June 14, 2018

Web Light is a faster and lighter web page technology that is shown to people searching on slow mobile connections.

Here’s how Google describes the process of converting pages that are regular online Light pages:

“To do that, we transcode (convert) website pages regarding the fly into a version enhanced for sluggish communities, in order that these pages load quicker while conserving information.”

Web Light pages retain the majority of the content that is relevant on a page, and also provides people a hyperlink to look at the initial web page.

Google Search Console Now Shows Data About Web Light Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google Search Console features started site that is showing how often Web Light search results are served to users.

This data can be found in the “search appearance” report in Google Search Console, where users will now see a filter for Web Light results.

We just updated Search Console’s new Performance report to include filters for the Web Light search appearance. You can find out more about Web Light at https://t.co/2CjLZAaGTj and check out Search Console at https://t.co/uoaCWUIrap pic.twitter.com/XX2csR1gGp

— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) June 14, 2018

Web Light is a faster and lighter web page technology that is shown to people searching on slow mobile connections.

Here’s how Google describes the process of converting pages that are regular online Light pages:

“To do that, we transcode (convert) website pages regarding the fly into a version enhanced for sluggish communities, in order that these pages load quicker while conserving information.”

Web Light pages retain most of the content that is relevant on a page, and also offers users a link to view the original page.

Google says Web Light optimized pages load four times faster than the original page and use 80% fewer bytes. As a result of how fast these pages load, Google has seen a 50% increase in traffic to Web Light pages.

Web Light pages are faster and lighter than AMP pages. In fact, AMP pages may even be modified into Web Light pages to reducing loading time that is further. Bing claims adjustments include font and picture optimization.

Unlike AMP, webmasters cannot produce their very own online Light pages. They can, nonetheless, see just what pages that are regular like as a Web Light page. This may be important to pay attention to if Search Console shows that Web Light pages account for a number that is significant of.

You can preview a Web Light form of a webpage that is non-AMP your mobile device by entering this URL in the address bar: http://googleweblight.com/i?u=[your_website_URL]

If you do not want your pages to be transcoded into Web Light, set the HTTP header “Cache-Control: no-transform” in your page response. If Googlebot sees this header, your page shall never be transcoded.