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I want to mention that the page-speed insights tool made by Google allows individual pages to be checked for speed and mobile usability and provides results for both desktop and mobile devices. It will provide detail on what you can do to make the site mobile friendly. It may also give a yellow warning message to those sites that might not pass the mobile ...


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The blocked resources are not generally a problem. These messages are just informational most of the time. These messages are not why your site is deemed to be mobile unfriendly since they are not included in the test. In fact, you can just plain ignore blocked resources unless they are not intended to be blocked. Since you are running WP and these are in ...


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You could explore a few options that pop to mind - not sure which one would be best for you, but you're probably the best judge to decide that for yourself: As @closetnoc suggested, create JS links that Google might not follow. This isn't going to be a permanently reliable option as Google is getting really persistent with rendering and following JS ...


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What happens if your configuration will be detected by a search engine: Mixing canonical links and noindex will mostly lead to search engines ignoring your canonicals. This may lead to duplicate content issues if you also have canonicalized dynamic URLs or alike. Without the canonicals being respected properly the search engines will decide which url is ...



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