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Case Study #1 – The Cloudflare & HTTPS problem

Question:

This owner is using Cloudflare to integrate https, but there is a setting that removes the ‘Protocol’ from the URL, which is not allowed in the AMP.

Here is the validation errors:

The attribute ‘src’ in tag ‘amp-sidebar extension .js script’ is set to the invalid value ‘//cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-sidebar-0.1.js’. CUSTOM_JAVASCRIPT_DISALLOWED
line 22, column 0

The attribute ‘src’ in tag ‘amp-user-notification extension .js script’ is set to the invalid value ‘//cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-user-notification-0.1.js’. CUSTOM_JAVASCRIPT_DISALLOWED
line 23, column 0

The attribute ‘src’ in tag ‘amp-ad extension .js script’ is set to the invalid value ‘//cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-ad-0.1.js’. CUSTOM_JAVASCRIPT_DISALLOWED
line 24, column 0

The attribute ‘src’ in tag ‘amp-analytics extension .js script’ is set to the invalid value ‘//cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-analytics-0.1.js’. CUSTOM_JAVASCRIPT_DISALLOWED
line 25, column 0

The tag ‘amp-analytics extension .js script’ is missing or incorrect, but required by ‘amp-analytics’. AMP_TAG_PROBLEM
line 201, column 7

The extension ‘amp-carousel extension .js script’ was found on this page, but is unused (no ‘amp-carousel’ tag seen). This may become an error in the future. DEPRECATION
line 201, column 7

The tag ‘amp-sidebar extension .js script’ is missing or incorrect, but required by ‘amp-sidebar’. AMP_TAG_PROBLEM
line 201, column 7

The tag ‘amp-analytics extension .js script’ is missing or incorrect, but required by ‘amp-user-notification’. AMP_TAG_PROBLEM
line 201, column 7

The tag ‘amp-user-notification extension .js script’ is missing or incorrect, but required by ‘amp-user-notification’. AMP_TAG_PROBLEM
line 201, column 7

Solution:

Actually, the validation errors that you are facing is neither coming from our plugin, nor from the 3rd party plugins. You are using Cloudflare to setup https and you have chosen a setting which automatically removes the Protocol part of the URL which is not allowed.

Tutorial: Here is the tutorial on how to solve that: https://ampforwp.com/implement-amp-cloudflare/

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Updated on September 16, 2017

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