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    Previously we have been creating mobile responsive designs using duplicate content that we would hide on different screen sizes. We recently realized that this caused issues with google recognizing the duplicates of the content and began affecting our SEO. What do you recommend to fix this issue while still maintaining the ability to provide customized mobile responsive design? Is there a way to use hide duplicated blocks from Google?

    Thank you.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by jaimemerz.

    Hey jaimemerz,

    Thank you for the inquiry.

    We would recommend removing the duplicates since Google already detects and is probably asking you to remove them. You will have to apply some css modifications and add css media queries to adjust the layout of the existing elements on mobile view. Currently, there is no way to hide those elements from Google or a way to tell them to exclude certain elements on a specific device.

    These documentation and guidelines might help.


    Best regards,

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