Code To Text Ratio
The Text to HTML Ratio shows how much text is on a page compared to how much code is on the backend. To put it another way, this metric is used to compare the amount of text content on a web page to the amount of HTML code needed to produce that page.
Impact on SEO
Although the Text/Code Ratio has a minor impact on your Google ranking, “pumping” HTML code rather than the actual text on the page is not suggested because it can harm your site. Excess HTML code can slow page load times and make it more difficult for search engine robots to perform their tasks.
At 10%, the optimal Text to Code ratio is achieved. If your ratio is less than 10%, you should minify your HTML, CSS, and JS code, or increase the amount of information on your website.