In this post, you’ll find a variety of expert tips, articles, and resources, related to accelerated mobile pages (AMP,) but first, a few brief points to consider.
Accelerated mobile pages were designed so that people can access webpages over mobile networks quickly while using less bandwidth.
AMP pages remove a lot of the extra code used in regular web pages so that the webpage loads quickly and focuses on the information the page has to offer, rather than all the bells and whistles.
Websites that use AMP pages, will have two versions. When a mobile device is detected the AMP version of the webpage is displayed when a desktop computer or tablet is detected the regular webpage will be displayed.
There are pros and cons to using AMP pages. Have a look at the resources I have selected for this post that will give you an overview.
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