After installing our AMP plugin then you will find this option in the WordPress Dashboard from which you can select the option where you want to show AMP by following this -> AMP option panel -> Settings -> General -> On which option you want AMP support just enable those option and then click on the “Save Changes” button.
Once you enable the AMP support from the general settings for posts, pages, the home page, etc then you need to check “amphtml” tag in the source code of your Non-AMP pages like below screenshot.
If you have Google Search Console connected to your website you will see how many of your AMP pages are indexed. It can take some time before they show up in Search Console, so please be patient.
Once you enable the AMP support from the general settings for posts, pages, the home page, etc then you need to check “canonical” tag in the source code of your AMP pages like below screenshot.
<link rel="canonical" href="url-of-original-post-or-page" />
That’s it for this tutorial!
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