Chrome offers mobile version of non-compatible pages
Feb 8, 2018 // By:admin // No Comment
Did you know that in some cases, the Chrome browser on Android allows you to display a readable web page even if the site is not mobile compatible? But that does not affect the analysis of the Google search engine …
It’s been months since the function exists on the browser, but we only spotted it this week: Chrome on Android offers indeed, on some pages not compatible (not on all, for that matter), a banner entitled “Open mobile-friendly page” ( see illustration below ), to display a version of the page that is easy to read on a smartphone screen. It is Chrome who deals with this “transformation”, not the site itself, and the result is very often of good quality ( see second illustration below ).
Of course, this will not make the site in question “mobile compatible” in the eyes of Google. This is only a trick of the browser to make more visible a page that is not by default. And, if you are the publisher of the site in question, this will not dispense you from “mobilizing” your pages, especially in view of the index mobile first engine. Go to work (and take a break drinking – with moderation of course – the Klevener Heiligenstein, an excellent white wine that is drunk from aperitif to dessert)! 😀
Possibility of displaying on Android Chrome the mobile version of a non-compatible page.
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