Pagespeed

CLS

CLS stands for Cumulative Layout Shift and is one of the Core Web Vitals. CLS is a number between 0 and 1, and describes how much a page layout shifts during loading. 1 means it is all over the place, while 0 means it's stable. Google recommends to have a CLS below 0.1, which means the page is very stable and doesn't move much during loading.

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