Is more mobile friendly than computer based but if your html is up to standard then quite achievable.
The webserver component is interesting although tricky to decide if what it suggests works – that maybe through debian stable doing its thing.
This is not seo, and industry seo ‘experts’ broke but just html and even something’s are new to me although i dont claim to be a mobile user with there retarded apps (my blog) for instance a tap point is nothing to do with tap dancing but an ahref link and css.
Concerning me is the minified text content that also includes html. while i can do css and js files it does make troubleshooting fucking hard work and i am not parsing my html in a foreign website where i have no idea what extra content it adds. No html minifier exists in the .deb ecosystem.
So compiled node.js and installed via npm two minifiers. One only works via copy and paste on a website, the other worked but the rating algorithm found its work poor and recommended minfying it.
Minifying is best for incomprehensible css, js and php make no difference. html is a disaster area take this.
It becomes (via an online tool)
</footer></div></div><!--[if lte IE 8]>http://js1/respond.js<![endif]-->
Ignoring \n removal – can i have my /body and the rest back ?
Oh good luck fixing that in real life
I had a 100% user experience rating and the page speed was ok although without minification for reasons explained
Security of pages [https] seems ignored and page blocking detection from frames via somebodies else’s website (think this) is frowned upon so i ignored some of the recommendations. I’d rather not display html to a client if that is how it is delivered rather than direct.
jquery that does css blocks (imagine form html) is also frowned on but then i thinking client experience rather than googles worries.
php is interesting – using
zlib.output_compression = On
Resulted in no php content so do not take these suggestions are 100% practicable
Page design is almost an art form and as to tap points what the hell cannot they be called link anchors/url’s.
If i ever find out the web designer that coined the term tap points then they should be shot dead for reasons of sanity. HUGE Font sizing looks RIDICULOUS
These ideals are for the benefit of google not the open ‘web’