We all want websites to load quickly on our browser, however, even after having a blazing fast Internet connection, there are some websites that take a lot of time to load. Finally, Google has decided to solve this problem once and for all.
The tech giant, in a blog post, announced that it is going to give performance badges to websites which will warn users about all those websites that take a lot of time to load.
The blog post quotes,
Further along, we may expand this to include identifying when a page is likely to be slow for a user based on their device and network conditions.
The company is using various ways of achieving this, like a splash screen which will appear when the page is loading, warning users that the web page loads slower than usual.
Urging web developers, Google mentioned,
We are being very mindful with our approach to setting the bar for what is considered a good user experience and hope to land on something that is practically achievable by all developers. We will publish updates to this plan as we approach future releases, but don’t wait to optimize your site. A number of resources are available for learning what opportunities are available to improve your site speed.
The new plan aims at providing faster and better web experience on Chrome browser.