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You will not have any problems with this at all and Google recommends you remove such space when possible. Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, ...
I do not know a great deal about Search Engine Optimization, but I do know enough about HTML parsing to know that whitespace is mostly ignored to the parser. HTML parsers and SEO parsers should work in a similar manner. As a rule of thumb I would expect this to be true: If a website's source code is changed and it renders the same, it should rank the same.
Now Google not give importance to tags so using 20-30 per post is not a good tactics or even not good from SEO point of view. Using multiple tags might can help your website to drive referral traffic but in search point of view, they are creating too much duplicity for your original posts. You need to check carefully, are your posts indexing with actual ...
H1 on mobile pages should better exactly same as titles and h1 on their desktop counterparts. In fact mobile pages are marked up as canonical to send signal to Google, they have pretty same content as desktop pages, but for another devices. Indeed, the content on mobile pages COULD be slightly different, as on desktop pages, but this difference should lie ...
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