waxworks789 - 1:01 am on Jun 9, 2013 (gmt 0)
Unfortunately I don't have the requisite savvy to view the server logs and/or ascertain the nuances between request headers to find the problem. All I know is that the issue is happening now in real time.
And sure, I concede the correct term might not be "wrapper" - that's just how I describe the situation. Delivered via Google on a mobile phone, both our main site and the mobile site looks like it's framed. At the top frame it says, "Page shown from here. Go to page 1 - Zoom out."
You have to scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to the reach the second bottom frame - where it has a Google search field and reads, "Formatted for mobile viewing by Google View page directly."
I can assure you without any doubt whatsoever that clicking through to our site from a Google SERP (on my mobile phone) results in this Google "wrapper." And if I were a user or potential customer visiting the site, I'd leave right there and I'd never bother coming back again.
How can I - lowly Web surfer - notice this problem with Google, while no one else can?