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Top 6 CMS For Core Web Vitals

HTTPArchive has published latest rankings for the top performing content management systems (CMS). We review the rankings of six popular CMS and discover that the best performing CMS outpaces their competitors by huge margins.

We continue to review data related to the United States geographic region, as before.

The global data is slightly different from the United States data, but not to a degree that it changes the ranking position of any of the CMS under review.

How Core Web Vitals CMS Rankings are Determined

De HTTPArchive uses two datasets in order to arrive at the core web vitals rankings of all content management systems.

The datasets used by HTTPArchive are:

  1. CRuX-datauppsättning
  2. Lab dataset

CRuX Dataset

The CRuX dataset comes from actual website visits by real people who have opted into anonymously allowing Core Web Vitals data to be collected from the websites they visit.

Lab Dataset

The lab dataset comes from a crawler that collects data from millions of websites. The lab data simulates mobile device and mobile connectivity to arrive at the ranking scores.

These two datasets are used to determine the core web vitals scores for all of the CMS and published for review.

#1 Core Web Vitals Champion: Duda

Duda is a Professional Website Builder platform that allows businesses to get online fast without having to think about the underlying technology.

The goal is to give customers the ability to focus on their business while Duda takes care of the technology. That’s an approach that’s shared by other companies like Wix and Squarespace.

Out of those three website builder platforms it’s Duda that continues to lead.

The last time we reviewed the HTTPArchive technology report data, Duda was leading the pack by a significant margin.

This trend continues with the latest performance data that is published, which is from February 2022.

The percentage of websites built with Duda that had good core web vitals performance was a stunning 77.3%.

Back in October 2021 the percentage of good performing websites was 69.3%.

Duda’s performance benchmark improved by 8%.

A comparison of the three website building platforms in this review stacks up like this:

Comparison of SaaS Website Builders CWV Scores

  • Duda 77.3%
  • Wix 54.0%
  • Squarespace 42.8%

Duda isn’t just leading the competition, they’re outpacing them by exceptionally wide margins.

Wix, the second place website builder competitor is trailing behind Duda by over 23 percentage points.

In a way this shouldn’t be surprising because the last time we spoke to Duda they indicated that website performance was an important goal for them.

They shared that took a data-driven approach to identifying areas of improvements then rolling out updates to customer websites so that they could enjoy better and faster performance.

A spokesperson from Duda had shared:

“Using this data driven approach we were able to identify opportunities for improvements.

Vi implementerade dessa förbättringar och kontrollerade förbättringen igen med vårt BI-verktyg.

Detta var ett framgångsrikt iterativt tillvägagångssätt som hjälpte oss att öka poängen över tid."

#2 Core Web Vitals Champion: Drupal

The second place CWV champion is the open source CMS Drupal, overtaking the second spot which was previously held by Wix.

In the past survey the percentage of Drupal sites with a good core web vitals score was 50.2%.

This year Drupal races past Wix with a score of 58.2%, with Wix trailing behind by four percentage points, with a score of 54.0%.

#3 Core Web Vitals Champion: Wix

This time around, rather than improve performance, the percentage of sites with a passing core web vitals actually fell.

This contributed to Wix dropping from position #2 to trailing behind Wix at position #3.

In the last survey Wix performance was at 55.3% of sites built with Wix enjoying a passing core web vitals score.

This year Wix performance actually dropped to 54.0%.

#4 Core Web Vitals Champion: Squarespace

Squarespace is leaping ahead with a strong improvement to the performance of its platform.

In the previous survey, Squarespace was ranked at 31.45% of sites passing CWV. This time 42.84% of Squarespace sites have a passing CWV score.

#5 Core Web Vitals Champion: WordPress

WordPress is holding on to the #5 spot, which is the same position it was ranked in back in October.

WordPress performance increased from 31% to a whopping 37.4%.

That’s a significant amount of improvement that may reflect the fine work of the WordPress performance team that is working within WordPress to improve how fast WordPress performs.

The WordPress performance team recently released an experimental performance plugin as part of their effort to try out performance improvements before they make it into the main WordPress core.

The next versions of WordPress may see more improvements.

#6 Core Web Vitals Champion: Joomla

Joomla didn’t make it into the rankings last time we surveyed the HTTPArchive results.

According to the HTTPArchive Joomla had a score of 30.5% back in September 2021, which is the date of the results reported in October.

This time around Joomla jumps right up behind WordPress with a score of 35%, a mere two percentage points behind WordPress.

These are the top ranked CMS by measured Core Web Vitals performance:

Top Ranked CMS by Core Web Vitals

Duda was the number one ranked CMS by Core Web Vitals Performance back in October and it continues to hold the top spot by continuing to focus on improving their core web vitals scores, resulting in remarkable gains by significant margins.

Core Web Vitals Technology Report

Content Management System Core Web Vitals Performance Ranked

Duda’s score of 77.3% is more than twice as good than fifth place WordPress, which is currently the most popular CMS in the world.

Clearly, if web performance is important to a business, there are other CMS beyond WordPress to choose from.

But don’t count WordPress out yet because their performance team is fast catching up.


Check Out the HTTPArchive Performance Rankings

To see the rankings, click the Technology Comparison tab

Read the Previous Technology Report Findings

Vinnare av Core Web Vitals: WordPress, Drupal, Duda eller Wix?



Elon Musk delar visionen för "Twitter 2.0"


Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”

Twitter CEO Elon Musk reveals six ways he plans to turn Twitter into an “everything app,” which includes longform tweets, encrypted DMs, user-to-user payments, and more.

In a series of slides prefaced with the title “Twitter 2.0,” Musk presented his plans at an internal meeting:

The slides reveal the following goals for the future of Twitter:

  • Reklam as entertainment
  • Video
  • Longform tweets
  • Encrypted DMs
  • Longform tweets
  • Relaunch Blue Verified

Musk published the slides on Twitter without further context, making it difficult to read too far into his plans for the company. However, we can glean some information based on the mock-up screenshots on each slide.

Advertising As Entertainment

Musk plans to make reklam- on Twitter more entertaining, showing an example of an ad from HBO Max that reads like a Buzzfeed quiz.

Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

The text reads:

“Are you Targaryan, Valeryon, or Hightower?

Like this tweet and I’ll analyze your profile so you know which house you belong to and what role you would have in the world of #LaCasaDelDragon.”

For context, the advertisement is for the show House of Dragons, a spin-off of Game of Thrones.

The ad copy reminds me of those Buzzfeed quizzes where you answer a series of questions to determine which character of a TV show you would be.

The virality of those quizzes leads me to believe Twitter’s direction for reklam- could generate meaningful engagement.

Is this form of reklam- likely to draw in new customers who aren’t familiar with the product already? Probably not, but it could be an effective way to raise brand awareness.


Containing only a thumbnail and placeholder text, the above example doesn’t allow for much speculation about Musk’s plans for video on Twitter.

Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

However, if Musk’s tweets are anything to go by, his plans could include bringing back the short-form video app Vine:

Musk may also be planning to compete with YouTube, claiming he can offer higher payouts. Mr. Beast, YouTube’s most popular creator, is skeptical of that claim:

Longform Tweets

Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

Musk includes a screenshot of Twitter’s Notes feature to illustrate his plans for longform tweets.

Twitter began testing Notes with a limited number of writers earlier this year.

You can see this feature in action by visiting the @TwitterWrites account page and navigating to the Notes tab.

Encrypted DMs

Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

This feature is self-explanatory.

Encrypted DMs are becoming an industry standard for social media sites. Meta introduced end-to-end encryption for its messaging tools in January, and now Twitter is following suit.

Reverse engineering expert Jane M. Wong recently uncovered evidence of Twitter’s encrypted DMs, which suggests the update may be ready to launch soon.

(New) Blue Verified

Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

The upcoming relaunch of Blue Verified will include the following features:

  • A blue ‘verified’ checkmark
  • Priority placement at the top of replies, mentions, and search results
  • See 50% fewer ads
  • Upload longer videos
  • Get early access to new features

The text at the bottom of Musk’s slide indicates the $7.99 per month pricing is a “limited time offer,” suggesting the price may increase in the future unless users lock in now.


Elon Musk Shares Vision For “Twitter 2.0”Screenshot from: twitter.com/elonmusk, November 2022.

Musk’s slide provides zero information regarding his plans for payments on Twitter. However, those plans were already shared earlier this month.

In a call with advertisers, Musk säger he wants to turn Twitter into a digital marketplace where creators can set their own prices for content.

That will allow creators to sell instructional videos, for example, at a price they believe is fair.

To that end, Musk believes this type of payment system will open the door for users to send money directly to other users on Twitter.

Utvald bild: FellowNeko/Shutterstock


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