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Google says not mobile friendly-ordered lists to blame

Google says that my site is not mobile friendly because I have a lot of long ordered lists which are links. I don’t personally see any problem. Google thinks that links are too close together. I am worried that google’s label of not-mobile-friendly may be hurting my search results. Do you know how I can fix this? I have not found a way to increase the space between items on an ordered list. Margins and padding do nothing to ordered lists.

Thanks
-Jacob

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That seems to be correct and is called Mobile First Ranking. Basically a site’s mobile speed and friendliness is ranked more important than the desktop.

What if instead of the entire row of an order list being a link, you add an icon to the end of the row and make that link instead?

I could try that but I think then the links would still be too close together.

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