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So you think you have finished with your new or updated website?

Well perhaps not, after doing all that work installing and fine tuning it you will probably want to take one further step.

Instead of waiting for google to find your site why not go to google and say “hey I’ve done all the work now check my site for mobile reediness and add it to your mobile index sites list!

Simply follow these simple instructions.

1) go to https://search.google.com/test/mobile-friendly  and enter your site

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Let it do its stuff,

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When its done it will display your results,

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if you have done all your stuff right you should get a nice green response saying your page is mobile friendly. Then click the submit button to add your site to googles list of mobile sites to index.

 

That’s it now your done.

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Edited by JcMagpie

 

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Too many to post all here and the relevance is going to depend on each persons view on if the time is worth the result.

Typical few are

The key "shrink-to-fit" is not recognized and ignored.

Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined

 

resources couldn’t be loaded

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On 22-7-2018 at 12:10 PM, JcMagpie said:

resources couldn’t be loaded

catalog/ext/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.min.css

For what it is worth ... I believe this is a bug in the Google console ... I had two pages where it was mentioned but eventually the message "resources couldn’t be loaded" went away ...

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You may be right, I’ve not had time to look at it in detail. From a brief cursory look it does look like we have issues in the custom.css and bootstrap.css, how important they are no idea at this stage, most are just warnings. I can live with this.

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