Most sites lose half their visitors while loading.
Googlebot uses a web rendering service that is based on Chrome.
Results for the cross-browser testsuite for the web-platform stack.
A collection of web components that implement common web UI patterns.
Google now recommends structured data to avoid webspam violations.
The first customizable and responsive Google Font.
Practical insights on how to design with machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Web fingerprint sensor and other new features.
Best-in-class examples that bring Google’s design language to life.
Lazy loading in a Google Search friendly way.
How we can deliver app-like experiences on the web.
Components to add an augmented experience to your website.
Real time monitoring with Firebase.
A set of guidelines for product managers and UX designers.
What you need to know about machine learning.
Firefox extension that helps to improve the quality of your websites.
Top trending Google Fonts with indication of total views in the wild.
How Google runs some of the largest software systems.
Online viewer to compare two Lighthouse web performance reports.
New Google Font: a proportional take on Space Mono.
Google has improved the indexing state report of your web site.
A better perceptual color space than what came before?
Google unveils Material You, the next level of its design language.
A course with interactive demos and tests to learn CSS from the ground up.
Googlebot’s handling of the top 20 status codes.
Google’s documentation about best practices for redirects.
Google Fonts now include all Noto fonts (1,000+ languages, 150+ writing systems).
Google’s best practices for search and what happens if you violate them.
Google Search’s next five ranking signals for tablets, laptops, and desktops.
Google has published a list of IP addresses for its bot and its crawlers.
Performance reports and improvement suggestions for web pages.
What happened since Google Webmasters became Google Search Central.
Google Fonts for your wireframes and other early-stage designs.
Google now supports basic Markdown in Google Docs.
Over 2,500 glyphs in a single font file with a wide range of design variants.