AMP is one of the most important words for every blogger, website owner, and digital marketers. It is all about increasing user integrity in mobile devices with fast loading time. AMP stands for ‘Accelerated Mobile Page’ itself.
AMP brings more users to your website as it loads very fast in comparison to normal sites. In addition, it will bring site indexing at top positions with good ranking. Google also emphasizes the use of AMP on a website.
If you are a WordPress site owner then, it becomes more easy to convert your mobile site into the AMP site. There is a number of AMP plugins available in WordPress’s plugin directory. With very few clicks, anyone can set up AMP for the entire site.
As we all know, Google has added many new functions in its new search consoles such as Speed, Mobile Usability, AMP, Breadcrumbs, FAQ, Logos, and Sitelink Searchbox. So, it means the user can track their AMP progress directly from Google Search Console.
Here is a step by step solution for the error removal.
Step 1: Open WordPress admin of the website.
Step 2: In the left side menu bar, hover on the menu titled ‘Performance’.
Note: The menu titled ‘Performance’ represents plugin W3 Total Cache. It is one of the fastest and compatible optimization plugins. Normally, every site owner uses this plugin to minify scripts to improve the cache mechanism.
Step 3: If you have not installed W3 Total Cache Plugin, then go for step 4 otherwise go for Step 6.
Step 4: Click on the menu titled ‘Plugins‘ from the left sidebar. In a new tab, click on the ‘Add New’ button given at the top.
Step 5: From the top-right side, search for a W3 Total Cache plugin and activate it properly.
Step 6: It will show numbers of sub-menu under Performance. Out of them click on ‘Extensions‘.
Step 7: Check the AMP extension there and click on activate.
Furthermore, Go to the Google search console and inspect the particular URLs which were listed in AMP errors. Now you will the problem is solved.
Here are some of the most asked questions for AMP Errors
Yes, It is a very simple procedure to solve AMP errors shown by google search console using W3 Total Cache.