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Google Might Not Display Web Stories That Are Considered Teasers

Based on a recent announcement, Google will not to display "teaser" based Web Stories in both Google Search and Google Discover. For those who don't know, Web Stories began as AMP Stories, and originally rolled out in 2018. Web Stories aren't meant to “immerse your readers in fast-loading full-screen experiences.” According to Google, "Web Stories [...]

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Google Discover Is Getting Web Stories

On October 6, Google announced that Web Stories is coming to Google Stories. Web Stories was formally known as AMP Stories. Google said that "the Stories carousel, now available in the United States, India and Brazil at the top of Discover, helps you find some of the best visual content from around the web. In [...]

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Saying No To AMP Means Worse Ranking And Revenue

AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages is a Google-backed project that was created as an open standard for publishers to have their pages load quickly when being viewed on mobile devices, and was introduced in 2015. In early 2016, Google integrated AMP listings into mobile search results. Google decided recently to no longer require AMP in the [...]

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You Can Now Add Custom JavaScript To AMP Pages

This week, Google announced that custom JavaScript can now be added to AMP pages. The amp-scriptcomponent can be used to enable user interactions, and to share code across AMP-enabled and non-AMP pages. JavaScript features, such as multi-page forms that need to be validated before moving on to the next section, can now be delivered via AMP. Source: [...]

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AMP WordPress Plugin Now Supports Stories

Google has brought AMP Stories support to WordPress publishers via its latest AMP plugin update. If you're a publisher and you want to create AMP Stories, you will need to make sure you have the latest version of the Gutenberg plugin installed since the Stories editor replies on features not included in core versions of WordPress. By [...]

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AMP To Support Custom JavaScript With Amp-Script

Last week on April 11, Google announced that AMP will support custom JavaScript. The AMP Project team posted, “With ‘amp-script’, custom #JS can operate within AMP Documents,” and included a video showing it in practice. https://twitter.com/AMPhtml/status/1116378847937613824?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1116378847937613824&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsearchengineland.com%2Famp-to-supports-custom-javascript-with-amp-script-315293 This is a teaser of what is to be announced at the upcoming AMP conference in Tokyo, Japan on April [...]

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Google AMP, Mobile-Friendly Testing Tools Support Code Editing

In an announcement made by Google, both of the company's AMP and mobile-friendly test tools are now able to support the ability to edit and rerun the test, live.  If you want to make any changes in the code editor to see how it'll impact the AMP and/or mobile-friendly test, it's possible to do it now. Some [...]

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