What are Web Vitals? Web Vitals is an initiative by Google to provide unified guidance for quality signals that are essential to delivering a great user experience on the web. These consists of some Core Web Vitals (LCP, FID and CLS) and a few others (TTFB and FCP). What are Core Web Vitals? For the […]
A favicon (short for “favorites icon”) is a small image associated with a website intended to be used when you bookmark a page. Web browsers also use them in the URL bar, on tabs, etc to help the users identify a website. It is typically a 16×16 pixels square icon which is saved as favicon.ico in the root directory of the website’s server.
We see so many URLs everyday, but do we know what are the parts of an URL, what does each part means? In this post I will discuss the various parts of the URL. An URL may consists of as many as 6 parts. The different parts of the URL are: scheme://domain:port/path?query_string#fragment_id Some people refer