I have received errors from Google's Mobile Usability testing.
When I got the errors, I made certain that I have the latest jAlbum and Tiger skin.
I deleted the entire website (just to be certain nothing older would stay), then Make Album.
I uploaded all to the webserver.
I created a new sitemap, submitted that to Google and waited until it had been crawled.
Clickable elements too close together- 54 pages of 190
Content wider than screen- 14 pages of 190
Can anything be done to correct these errors as Google will punish sites for failing to adhere to their wishes.
Sorry for the late reply, been ill.
Ok, I'm going to attach a screenshot of today's Google error page for my site.
@Laza if you'd like, I can give you a user view of the console.
The site is not linked in any way, just a standalone site. https://ghammer.net
Edited by: GHammer on 26-Sep-2018 21:02 Additional info.
I'd agree that one or the other of Google's tools are in error.
Using the Mobile Friendly Test page, I used a URL that fails in Google's Mobile Usability console. It passed.
I marked the page as corrected in the GMU console and it is reported failed again.
I'm posting in the Google webmaster central help forum as well.
Just idly perusing your album, I can see a couple of things that the Google tool might be picking up on. For example, the "home" and "main album page" links at upper left are fairly small, and close together. And I noticed one thing that I'll bet it's running into - the "new" star at the upper right corner of the folder thumbnails is, indeed, a clickable link, but it's rather tiny.
Some of the other "complaints," on the other hand, are suspicious. "Content wider than screen," for example - AFAIK, all pages in your album are fully responsive to the page width. "Viewport not set" - since all pages are generated with the same templates, and those templates all include a meta viewport tag, that one's tough to figure out, unless you've got some sort of hand-crafted custom page buried in there somewhere.