Google’s adding a “mobile-friendly” label to the mobile search results starting from today. As they say, the change will be rolling out globally over the next few weeks.
To be eligible for the “mobile-friendly” label, a web page needs to meet the following criteria:
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- Avoid using software not supported by mobile devices (Flash)
- Text should be readable without zooming
- Users do not have to scroll horizontally or zoom (screen sizing)
- Users should be able to click on the desired link on a page easily (links should be placed far from each other)
So, do you think your website is mobile-friendly? Think no more!
Google also launches a new tool to test your website’s mobile friendliness – Mobile Friendly Test Tool. You can check your web pages, find out the page issues and how to solve them.
Here’s a snapshot of a test for a web page that is a mobile-friendly.
Want your website to have the “Mobile-Friendly” label? Go to check your website now