Visitors can browse a site at top speeds by integrating CloudFlare on your website. CloudFlare is a Content Delivery Network (CDN) that sends traffic via its global network which will automatically optimize the delivery of your site content.
There is no need to set up anything in Cloudflare. Previous it was there to do the setup in the cloud flare and currently, there is no need as they have to fix it from their end and it works out of the box.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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ok disable, but how it work with “Enable Accelerated Mobile Links”/ Cloudflare ?
cdn.ampproject.org what it do exactly ? What is license for ” google cache data?” Royalty Free for the End of the World ?
Hi Teja, I have followed steps mentioned in the post but still getting same validation error. Can you please take a look at: https://digitalwebsydney.com.au/customize-default-amp-wordpress/amp/
Your help will appreciated. Thanks in Advance
i thought that you create “misconfigurations” to make us pay for your service support.
Using WPBakery Page Builder and cant generate AMP for Pages while for pages its having success. DO you have any working solution for that as i am not having any knowledge of word press so create manual amp by page builder is not a good idea for me.
Yes Implemented and it worked all well. Although my URL pattern includes ?amp instead of /amp
Hi Kalpesh Ajugia,
Have you enabled the option of “Change End Point to ?amp” then you need to disable it and then ‘/amp’ will work – https://monosnap.com/file/lE4f9jywNec0hdSKh23NZoQN3NYnLG