First of all, I hope you liked my plugin.
It makes possible to embed AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) support in any Bludit installation.
It is based on a template from amp.dev.
The template name is -> Simple Blog.
You can check the validity of the page from Google.
All you need is to enable plugin, you can validate your page for an AMP support just by adding "?amp" to the end of page url.
Example for this page.
You can disable AMP pages for specific content by: Content -> Options -> Custom.
Since AMP has a strict code standard, don't try to just add additional code like custom div, css or js to the page, unless you know what you're doing.
Otherwise, the page will not be recognized by the search engine as a legitimate AMP page and only regular page will be displayed in the search.
If you want to add an analytics counter, then popular services provide guidance, for example, Yandex.Metrica and Google.Analytics have articles for this case.
AMPER supports all text insertion methods of the default TinyMCE editor.
I strongly recommend checking the legitimacy of the AMP page after installing AMPER.
Version 1.0.0 - First release
- Fix incorrect display of long text, headings (wasn't implemented in template itself)
- Added styling for blockquotes
- Support for <iframe> tag (embed maps, media or documents from other services)
- Support for <video> tag
- Support for <audio> tag
- Support for optional disable
I'll be happy if you write your ideas in the comment section or push improvements in the code on Github.
I will try to improve and add some features over time, if the time won't get over me.
Tell me about bugs you met.