We are almost at the end of 2014. And for the year 2015 Google is going to look if your website will pass the mobile-friendly test. Luckily they developed a tool how to check up and to make your website mobile friendly.
When your site is mobile friendly, you do not have to take action. Websites which are mobile-friendly will receive a special label in the search results. A label that indicates it’s a mobile-friendly version. The mobile-friendly pages will be increased rank.
But when it is not, you certainly do not want to decrease your ranking position.
I have tested my sites and the workathomefuture.com endured the test well.
But my freeimages.siterubix.com is not mobile friendly yet. We will go over that now.
How to make your website mobile friendly
Before you take any action: Make a back-up from your website!
After you have filled in the test, you get the report. This is my test result
X Text too small to read
X Viewport Mobile not set
X Left too close together
X Content wider than screen
X Use of incompatible plug-ins
Before adjusting anything:
Check-up your WordPress version, perhaps there is an update which will make your website mobile friendly at once.
I have the latest version, so I have to do something to adjust my theme. But I found a plugin which does the job in one step, just activate!
Make your website mobile friendly
Search plugin, install, activate!
Hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. I certainly did 🙂
When you benefit from this lesson, please leave me a comment, I would appreciate it very much.
“Make your website mobile friendly”
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