Recently, Google unveiled their Accelerated Mobile Pages project (also known as AMP). The open source project aims to make the mobile web faster by creating a less-flashy, less-cluttered way to view content on your phone. The idea, as with many open source projects, is to create a vibrant and healthy community around AMP which will allow Google to compete against alternative (more closed) solutions such as Apple News and Facebook’s Instant Articles.
- This is the second part of the AMP Guide for WordPress. In a previous article, the importance of a mobile-first web strategy and how AMP can be a potential game-changer was learnt.
- Picking up where the last posting in our series left off, you can follow along with WPCrafter’s video on how to easily setup AMP with your WordPress website.
- Setting up AMP for WordPress is a very simple process. All you need to do is install the WordPress AMP plugin developed by Automattic and the rest will follow.
“Setting up AMP for WordPress is a very simple process. All you need to do is install the WordPress AMP plugin developed by Automattic and the rest will follow.”
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