I make custom amp page on laravel and today i got search console error: the script tag contains invalid json that cannot be
I am using amp-list with firebase rest api. the thing is when i use
I have the following error: element type is invalid: expected a string (for built-in components) or a class/function (for composite
I failed trying to install and run the amp-paywall-demo example available at the ampproject github repo:
If my project ui content react/vue.js and i want to create amp page after added all amp-boilerplate.
I'm building amp page that should show different download url based on countries. i'm able to show/hide proper <a> element by
How to implement autosuggest using amp-list, amp-mustache, amp-form, and amp-bind? would like to implement autosuggest for
I have a typo3 version 6.2 website and i am working on a amp version. i use a condition in url to load different versions of the same
I am working on the google amp pages. i implemented the amp-carousel inside an amp-lightbox so that if i have multiple images and i click on one,
I'm learning to work with the accelerated mobile pages. i want to add a new line and some text content to a string, stored in the
I am using amp for wp on my wordpress website. i use it only for users that land on my page via google. how can i check if the amp site uses
AMP Story being marked as noindex on Google AMP Validation, but there is no noindex tag inside the AMP Story
I have an amp story page that even if the amp validator passes it as valid, the google amp test prompts me that it is invalid with a indexing
I've seen this question asked before but a straight answer is hard to find. i've heard both sides of the story from reliable sources.
There is <amp-anim> tag for gif animations. but i found that <amp-img> tag can show gif animations. i know
Before responsive design we need mobile specific sitemaps, but with responsive design they were not needed. but with introduction of accelerate mobile
I've read about amp and i've got a question. usually our head (for non-amp sites) looks like <link rel="canonical"
There's an existing wordpress plugin that creates amp formats automatically by adding /amp onto the end of any posts url. i'm worried about duplicating my