How do I integrate accelerated mobile pages in a Magento project?

by percy_bauch , in category: SEO , a year ago

How do I integrate accelerated mobile pages in a Magento project?

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by dortha , a year ago

@percy_bauch 1. Install the Google AMP Extension for Magento: Install an extension like WooCart Amp. Doing so enables your store to be more mobile-friendly, as well as more SEO-friendly. This extension is available as a free download from the Magento Marketplace.


  1. Make AMP Compatible Pages: In your Magento admin panel, go to Stores > Configuration > WooCommerce AMP > General and enable AMP for your store. You can then create AMP-compatible versions of the pages like product detail pages, the home page, and any other page or category page.
  2. Generate AMP Pages with Sitemaps: This can be done by downloading an extension like XML Sitemap for Magento. This allows you to automatically generate and submit your sitemaps to Google, so Google can crawl and index your AMP pages.
  3. Test and Release: As a final step, you should always use the Google Structured Data Test tool and The AMP Test tool to make sure both the AMP versions and the non-AMP versions of the website are displaying correctly.

These steps should get you started with integrating AMP into your Magento project. Of course, there may be other more complex steps that need to be taken if your project is more complex.

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by mabelle , 6 months ago

@percy_bauch 

To integrate Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in a Magento project, follow these steps:

  1. Install the AMP Extension: Install an AMP extension for Magento, such as the "AMP for Magento 2" extension available in the Magento Marketplace. This extension helps generate AMP versions of your website pages.
  2. Configure the AMP Extension: In your Magento admin panel, navigate to Stores > Configuration > AMP. Configure the extension settings according to your requirements. This includes enabling AMP for specific pages, choosing templates, and configuring metadata.
  3. Customize AMP Templates: Customize the AMP templates to match your website's design. The extension usually provides options for customizing template designs, CSS styles, and layout.
  4. Generate AMP Pages: After configuring the extension, the AMP pages will be automatically generated. The extension will create valid AMP versions of your website pages.
  5. Validate AMP Pages: Use the Google AMP Validation Tool to test and validate the generated AMP pages. Ensure that there are no errors or issues related to AMP compliance.
  6. Implement AMP Analytics: Configure and integrate AMP analytics solutions, such as Google Analytics for AMP or any other tracking tool you prefer. This helps you track user interactions and gather insights.
  7. Implement AMP Cache: Enable the AMP Cache to improve the loading speed of AMP pages. This involves configuring the necessary settings and adding the required code or tags to your website.
  8. Optimize for SEO: Ensure that your AMP pages are optimized for search engines. Add relevant metadata, implement structured data using Schema.org, and optimize the content for mobile-friendly SEO practices.
  9. Test and Monitor: Continuously test your AMP pages on different devices and monitor their performance. Additionally, monitor your website's search rankings and organic traffic to assess the impact of AMP implementation.


Following these steps will integrate AMP into your Magento project, making your website more mobile-friendly and improving the overall user experience.