Look in a customer site that has had issues with mobile usability issues in the Google Search Console.
Specific problems are:
- Clickable elements too close together
- Text too small to read
and with a little less frequency:
- Content wider than the screen
When I live test one of the failed URLs, live test reports "The page is mobile-friendly."
If I inspect one of the URLs and then click See the page explored you can go to More information tab where it indicates (for example) that 67/88 resources can not be loaded. Most are listed as Other error.
Two of the pages today are Redirect error, and both from cloudfront.net (caching error?)
This list mainly contains images / fonts, but the css file is almost always in this list, which would cause these problems.
The images are served from Cloudfront and the Web server. Css comes from Cloudfront. The fonts are cloudfront / google.
Even fails on Google fonts:
In March, there were more than 300 pages dealing with these issues, but about 20 remain unsuccessful.
Here is the graph for Clickable elements too close together:
Initially, I thought this was happening on pages containing more resources than others, but each new test seems to be a different set of pages.
I think the problems are the same as: Sending an email to the Google search console "A new problem detected regarding mobile usability", but live tests show that "The page s & s "Address to mobiles"
I'm just trying to provide more data to see if there is a solution to this problem.