I have done a lot of work to make my site pass the Core Web Vitals test. On desktop, all pages easily pass everything. On mobile, all pages pass the CLS and LCP tests. But on mobile, the home page still does not pass FID (First Input Delay).
The EasyDigging(dot)com home page SHOULD be passing mobile FID.
- It has ZERO external JS. (we even removed Google Analytics)
- It has minimal CSS.
- It has lazy-loaded images.
But both Google Search Console and PageSpeed Insights says it has an FID of 227ms on mobile (on desktop, FID is only 3ms)
Here is the link to PageSpeed Insights report for the home page:
Here is the link to the WebPageTest.org report (Dulles, VA - Moto G6 - Chrome – 3GFast)
Please take a look at the reports and tell me your ideas on how to fix the mobile FID.
One difference I just noticed is that the home page does have some “Organizational Schema” at the very bottom, in an inline script with type=“application/ld+json” Could that cause a FID problem?