So, if you have doubts and are wondering whether your website is mobile friendly, Google has a tool to help.
Indeed mobile friendly sites qualify for Google’s new mobile-friendly labels or be ready for a potential mobile-friendly ranking boost?
The new tool is at google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly and it basically gives you a pass or fail grade.
Either it tells you that you are mobile friendly or you are not mobile friendly.
The messages I was able to generate included:
Fantastic. This page is optimized for mobile devices.
Google will give more information such as:
Reasons why this page is not mobile friendly:
*Text Too small to read
*Mobile viewport not set
*Links too close together
However, it will also give advice on how to fix the problems.
Obviously, sites that fail the test, will not get a mobile-friendly label in the mobile results.
Here is a screen shot of a typical website that failed the test!
So, checking to see if your website is mobile friendly is not a bad idea after all. Here is the link again:
Perhaps you owe it to your clients anyway to have a mobile friendly website!