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How to set up Subdomain Endpoint for AMP

Step 1 – First we have to create Wildcard subdomain entry using DNS.

  • To create a wildcard subdomain in cPanel, navigate to Domains -> Zone Editor from the cPanel menu.
  • Then click + A Record to create an A record for your wildcard subdomain (*
  • Note the additional period after your domain name. Ensure that A record points to your server’s IP address.
  • While creating the name of the record use asterix (*) followed by site name
A record configuration
  • Click Add an A Record to complete the configuration and now Wildcard Subdomain is created.
  • If you are not using the c-panel then you have to contact your hosting team and inform them to create a wildcard subdomain.

After creating Wildcard Subdomain now you have to enable URL format using “Subdomain Endpoints for AMP” plugin settings for that you can follow the below-given steps

Step 2 – Subdomain Endpoints for AMP is a Paid Plugin Extension. You won’t find that extension in the WordPress Plugin directory. So you have to upload this plugin after purchasing.

  • Click on Upload Plugin
  • then choose “ Subdomain Endpoints for AMP ” Extension from which you already downloaded after purchase.
  • After that, click on Install Now

For more details on how to upload extension click on this link Upload and Install.

  • Once you activate the plugin you will find this option in the WordPress Dashboard -> AMP option panel -> AMP Subdomain -> Settings
  • Then you have to enable the AMP URL Format option after that you have to select Use Subdomain As Endpoint.
  • After selecting Use Subdomain As Endpoint option then you will be having a textarea named Enter subdomain.
  • Once you enter the required subdomain and then click on the “Save Changes” button.

Note: Make sure to resave the Permalinks once you select an option.

The output of Single post

The Output of Homepage

That’s it for this tutorial!

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Updated on June 1, 2020

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