How do you know if your website is Mobile-Friendly?

With so many people reading blogs, as well as books, on their mobile phones nowadays, this is a worthwhile test to carry out 😀

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GOOGLE’S MOBILE-FRIENDLY TEST

As of Tuesday, April 21, 2015, mobile search results on Google favor mobile-friendly websites.

Do you want to know if your WordPress (or other) website is mobile-friendly?

Google has a simple test for this:

If Google says, “Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly,” you’re in good shape. Congratulations! You should buy a t-shirt that says, “I survived Mobigeddon!”

Most WordPress blogs are probably mobile-friendly. If you’re using an outdated WordPress theme, that could be an issue. If so, check out this WordPress article.

If your website isn’t mobile-friendly and it’s not due to an outdated WordPress theme, try exploring the resources on Google’s mobile-friendly test page.

Chris McMullen

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3 thoughts on “How do you know if your website is Mobile-Friendly?

  1. WordPress makes it easy to test to see if your page works on all devices. But the best way of testing is to actually have a range of devices. We have two laptops, three different tablets, two Samsung S5 phones with Android and a large flat screen TV with Internet. My sites all work on all these devices. But this is good information and something not everyone thinks about.

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