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Google 'Mobile Usability issues' (content wider than screen, elements too close)

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Google 'Mobile Usability issues' (content wider than screen, elements too close)

Postby MikeB » Sat 17 Nov 2018, 17:58

After >3 years on Koken (original Axis theme), Google has just flagged up two alleged issues with my site:
1) Content wider than screen
2) Clickable elements too close together

Well on Google's Chrome Android browser (as well as the Samsung, LG and Firefox Android browsers) all the content is within the visible screen, so this seems a false report. Unless this is picking up deliberatly invisible content from the lazy-loader.

Elements too close together? Don't know what Google deems too close, but nothing's changed (though this theme lacks a hamburger menu - as does Axis2) and the site's been in Google's index throughout.

Not sure what to make of this, but guess Google must have recently changed their site analysis tools. And that others are likely to encounter this too before long. Any thoughts?
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Re: Google 'Mobile Usability issues' (content wider than screen, elements too close)

Postby Bjarne Varöystrand » Mon 21 Jan 2019, 23:37

I wouldn't loose any sleep over that, if everything looks good when you're checking it your self.
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