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Site responsive, but failing Google Mobile Accessibility tests

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    Site responsive, but failing Google Mobile Accessibility tests

    Chas
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    Hi – my site is failing Google’s Mobile-Friendly tests, but the site loads correctly on my iPhone so it’s not easy to work out where the problem is. If I use a mobile browser emulator, the site appears to load differently in each version (and in each emulator!) so I can’t even tell whether there’s a problem or not. Should my site be responsive across all phone browsers?

    This is one of the pages which Google says is failing the test

    http://themissingpersians.com/events/event/gappy-tooth-night-at-the-wheatsheaf/

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    iceable
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    Hi, I couldn’t seem to find anything wrong on this page, and running it through Google’s mobile friendly tool and it appears to pass.

    Did you make any change since posting this thread?

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    Cheyenne
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    Periodically, I also get emails from Google about failing mobility tests. The emails always list the same three issues: “Text too small to read”; “Clickable elements too close together”; “Content wider than screen”.

    The most recent one came on October 28. Usually, I just ignore them because I can never figure out what Google is referring to…but since this thread is here, might as well mention it!

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