Googles John Mueller said once again that your desktop pages and mobile pages do not need to match precisely. But what they really need to do is “meet the same function.” He said the mobile and desktop “pages dont need to be precisely the same.”John gave this example, “having 16 items on desktop and 8 on mobile does not matter, as long as pagination still operates in one type or another.”Here are those tweets so you see the particular context: As long as it still works on mobile, thats fine. Pages do not need to be exactly the same, they should just fulfill the exact same purpose. For instance, having 16 products on desktop and 8 on mobile doesnt matter, as long as pagination still operates in one kind or another.– & #x 1f34c; John & #x 1f34c; (@JohnMu) August 20, 2021 So you actually wish to ensure both your desktop and mobile users have the very best user experience that leads them to satisfying the purpose of that particular page they are on.Forum conversation at Twitter.

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