Here are the Ideal Settings for AMP Recommended by Us.
Once you install and activate our AMPforWP plugin then we will have these two options
- Basic Setup View
- Advance Setup View
If you are a new user then I recommend you to use Basic Setup View because these are the main settings and once you setup that you are AMP is ready.
1 – Website Type
We will show you 4 different types of websites like Blog, News, Local Business, Ecommerce and other
If you want to change website type then you need to click on Change link like below the screenshot.
2 – Where do you need AMP?
If you want to change where do you need AMP then you need to click on Change link like below the screenshot.
In this option you can select where do you need AMP just you need to check this option on this page AMP will be display.
3 – Design and Presentation
If you want to change design and presentation then you need to click on Set Up button link like below the screenshot.
In this option you can Setup Logo and Global Color Schema
4 – Analytics Tracking
If you want to config analytics tracking then you need to click on Config button like below the screenshot.
In Analytics Type Option you can use Google Analytics or any other Analytics as per your requirement.
5 – Privacy Settings
You can use the Notice bar option to Show notifications on all of your AMP pages for cookie purposes or GDPR .
If you want to chose privacy settings then you need to click on Choose button like below the screenshot.
GDPR – Once you enable GDPR option the General Data Protection Regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union and the European Economic Area.
6 – Advertisement
If you want to add advertisement then you need to click on the View Setup link like below the screenshot.
In the Advertisement section, we provide users to place Ad in 6 possible places.
7 – 3rd Party Compatibility
If you want to set up 3rd Party Compatibility like Yoast, All in one seo etc then click on the View List link and select your plugins like below the screenshot.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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