If you are looking to find out who’s using AMP, and how they are using AMP then checkout out Chrome extension, AMPInspect. It’s simple, it’s free and you can install it in just a few clicks.Continue reading “AMP components, who’s using what?”
Ever wondered how to display a selection of your latest tweets in AMP the same way you as might see on non AMP pages? It’s a great way of displaying quick updates from your Twitter account to your website viewers.Continue reading “Display your latest tweets on AMP pages”
By default there is no navigation menu when using the official AMP plugin in “Reader” mode. Follow the steps below to create a useful sidebar navigation menu.Continue reading “Creating a navigation menu in AMP ‘Reader’ mode…”
Making use of AMP is particular useful for website owners who place an importance on website speed, but speed shouldn’t be the only consideration. How to you decide whether AMP is a suitable option for you and your website? We’ve put together some tips and guidance below to assist you. And also note that our AMPFace theme works just as well without using AMP as it does with AMP.Continue reading “Identifying if your website is ready for AMP…”
Using the official WordPress AMP Plugin allows you to choose between 3 different modes, all with distinct differences. See the summary below of all 3 modes, providing you with information on how to best choose the most suitable mode for your website.Continue reading “The different modes using the official WordPress AMP Plugin”
There are various methods of adding Analytics to your AMP pages, but in this tutorial we are going to use the official WordPress AMP Plugin, which makes the process easy. You can follow the steps below to ensure your AMP pages are being tracked correctly.
Using AMP means your website gets cached on AMP servers across the world via AMP cache partners. What does that mean? In much the same way as a typical Content Delivery Network (CDN) such as Amazon Web Services or Cloudflare serve your website from local delivery points (knowns as POPS) your website will be loaded from AMPCache, ensuring a speedy delivery no matter where your visitors are located.Continue reading “AMP Cache: How AMPs Content Delivery Network works”
Our AMPFace WordPress theme works perfectly with the official WordPress AMP Plugin, in particular using “Transitional” or “Native” mode. If you have installed AMPFace (or indeed any other theme) you can use the guide below to get your website AMP valid in a matter of minutes.Continue reading “Video: Installing the official AMP plugin”