Google's new 'Mobile-Friendly' tag1 user found helpful
Unfortunately C5 is not recognised by Googles new mobile friendly tag (see link below if your not sure what I am talking about) unless the robots file allows access to this directory:
Is this safe enough to take out the robot.txt file?
Be good to get your thoughts on this.
This gives you more info on it:
When you run the Google tool it gives reasons why 'it thinks' the site is not mobile friendly.
I've just checked a couple of sites with this tool. One passed and one failed but both disallowed robots.txt. Neither had themes installed as packages.
I get messages on both that nn number of resources could not be loaded.
incidentally I tried a 3rd site that failed twice and then passed the third time.
the tool doesn't seem completely consistent.
Mostly though it does not.
If you build a theme yourself and it lives in the themes directory then Googlebot needs to be able to spider the css and js files in there.
If your theme is installed via a package then the same applies for your packages directory:
If you have access to your robots.txt file you could only allow the directories you wanted:
and so on - if you don't want other folders and files possibly being listed by Google.