How To Make Your Website Mobile Friendly
Firstly, I realise this site isn't mobile friendly yet, but making it so is on the long To Do list, so sorry for that irony ...
Google Mobile Friendly Test
You need to make all the pages on your website mobile friendly, not just some of them.
Use the Google Mobile Friendly Test to check your website.
Google wants to be able to index and rank app content and deep links within apps, but it doesn't want to adversely affect the speed of its search product for desktops.
It's likely that Google has built a crawler that is capable of indexing Android apps.
Use a Responsive Design
Use a responsive web design. This technique applies different CSS layout styling to your page elements according to screen size. It makes use of CSS Media Queries to identify screen size and respond accordingly.
The user should be able to read page content on a mobile, without having to zoom.
Make Your Links Easy to Tap
Navigation and links on your website should be easy to tap with a finger.
Make Your Web Pages Load As Fast As Possible and Consider the Google Accelerated Mobile Pages Project
Make your pages load as fast as possible.
To help with this, consider the Google Accelerated Mobile Pages Project. This is a simple, lighter version of HTML. AMP pages load faster and use less data compared to non-AMP pages.
Here's the AMP page validator.
How to Get Your Website Ready for Google’s Major Mobile Update 15 Apr 2015 from SiteProNews
9 Things You Need to Know About Google's Mobile-Friendly Update 6 Apr 2015 from The Moz Blog
Google I/O 2014 - The future of Apps and Search YouTube Video published 27 Jun 2014
All Content ©2020 WebRef.eu