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Most websites and web applications are designed and developed primarily on large desktop monitors, but are most commonly consumed on mobile devices and other smaller screens. This has myriad usability implications, including accessibility.
All general accessibility guidelines apply to mobile devices. WCAG 2.0 was developed before mobile browsing was ubiquitous; most of these criteria are part of the WCAG 2.1 specification, but you are encouraged to adhere to them now, both for general usability and to future-proof your services.
A basic implementation of how to use CSS to make tables fit on mobile devices. The break point for mobile is set at 600px; resize your browser to see this behavior.
Test content manually, ideally with physical devices. Browser-based emulators are sufficient for development and preliminary testing, but whenever possible, use at least 1 physical Android device and 1 physical iOS device to confirm mobile behavior.