19 Sep 2019 at 15:07 #21931
page not mobile friendlyResolved
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Good day, for 4 days now my search console has been saying there is error because one of my article isn’t mobile friendly… https://myvehicletires.com/falken-wildpeak-at-trail-tire/… i have tried all i could but i couldn’t get my way around the problem. Google search console is insinuating the page is not Google Mobile-Friendly, the table in the article is not fitting in, it also says the text are too small to read and Clickable elements too close together. Then i was told to contact my theme, please how do i get this solved.
19 Sep 2019 at 15:34 #21933
- This topic was modified 3 weeks, 3 days ago by Francesca.
First, please read more information I have provided about this weird Google issues in one of previous support tickets.
However, in your case as you are using a table element in your content, the issue might be very likely related to that table. Tables are not mobile responsive elements in HTML. You can read more about table responsiveness issue in one of previous support tickets too.
WebMan Design19 Sep 2019 at 18:25 #21934
Not cool, your response wasn’t helpful, and why should you put resolved when i didn’t say it has been resolved. I have tried the plugin even before i came to seek your help. Had to delete the table from the post and now i will loose a lot by that, i will consider changing this theme soon as you are not supportive.20 Sep 2019 at 10:06 #21935
I’m really sorry for you frustration, but please understand the issue is not related to the theme.
<table>HTML element/tag is not responsive by nature. I also have not seen any WordPress theme providing responsive styles for this HTML element actually. So, I don’t even think switching a theme can help here, but certainly, it is your choice that I respect.
The reason data tables can not be made responsive in WordPress themes is that they come in various shapes: different columns and rows could be a table headings and so it is not possible to apply any universal responsive styles. That’s why the best solution with WordPress is to use a dedicated plugin.
But alternative approach would be to use styles provided in linked content I’ve mentioned in my previous reply to you here – please check the solution from previous tickets where I’ve provided links to the solution. Here is the link for your convenience: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_css_table_responsive.asp
WebMan Design20 Sep 2019 at 10:23 #21936
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