[Resolved] Content wider than screen (Google New Mobile Usability issue detected)

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Home Forums Support Content wider than screen (Google New Mobile Usability issue detected)

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    Wendy

    I hope you can help me get this page viewable on a mobile.

    https://www.glow-skincare.com/postage-delivery/

    Hmmm. I noticed I haven’t got a container in there at all. It’s an old page from previous theme. Egh.

    Anyway, I tried to add a container in at the top and hoped I could drag and drop what was there (table, headings, text) inside it but that didn’t work. You will have a better solution I’m sure.

    Also, do I need to adjust the default container from 1200 to let’s say 1000 to make it work on mobile? 70% of my visitors come via mobile.

    Thank you so much!

    Wendy

    #2050132
    David
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    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    the page looks fine to me on my mobile, and i ran a mobile friendly test and it passed:

    https://search.google.com/test/mobile-friendly/result?id=xshnI70ka7uqoIqxGkWhMw

    You can try recrawling and validating that page.

    #2050792
    Wendy

    Thank you David! I didn’t know I could check that page like that. So I guess I don’t have to worry about adding in containers to old pages/posts because GeneratePress is handling all the mobile sizing for me, yay!!

    Thank you so much!

    #2050859
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Thats correct – no need to mess with the containers 🙂

    As a general note – Google will occasionally throw a mobile usability error like this. If the link looks good on a mobile device and it passes the mobile friendly test then you can generally ignore the error

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