Are you using one of the Google AMP plugins , the AMPHTML tag or the AMPHTML generator to create Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for your website, but the AMP pages are not working properly? - Here you will find solutions and explanations on how to get correct AMP versions with the help of amp-cloud.de!
The most common reason why creating the AMP page does not work is the lack of Schema.org tags. The Accelerated Mobile Pages Generator is primarily based on schema.org tags / Micordata tags , also known as "structured data" .
Your blog articles or news articles should therefore contain valid schema tags according to one of the following schema.org documentation so that the AMP plug-in and the AMPHTML tag can validate your pages correctly and read out the necessary data records:
If your AMP page generated via the AMP plugin or the AMPHTML tag is missing, e.g. the text, or certain elements are not displayed well on the AMP page, this is often due to incorrectly placed Schema.org tags or missing Marking of certain data areas on your original page.
Simply follow the recommendations below to optimize your websites for the AMPHTML generator and the Google AMP plugins so that the creation of your AMP pages can work better according to your ideas.
The Schema.org markups are often placed in such a way that, for example, not only the pure article text is enclosed, but also elements such as a share function or a comment function etc. These elements can be used in the automatically generated AMP Page may not be interpreted correctly and therefore output inappropriately.
You can remedy this with better placement of the Schema.org META tags by only including those elements that actually belong to the article text. Therefore, make sure to use the micro data tags according to their respective documentation so that the AMP plug-in and the AMPHTML tag can correctly interpret the data of your website in order to avoid errors in the display of the AMP page.
In some cases, your AMP page may have no text at all. The most frequent cause for this is the missing Schema.org tag "articleBody" or the incorrect use of the articleBody tag.
So that the AMP plug-in and the AMPHTML tag work properly and can find your article text, make sure that you use the Mirco-Data-Tags correctly according to one of the Schema.org documentation listed above and especially for the article text using an "articleBody" tag.
With the following schema testing tool you can check whether you have correctly integrated the schema tags so that the data records that are important to you can be read out cleanly and correctly.
The schema tag validator checks whether your blog or news article is correctly tagged and contains valid schema data so that the AMP plugin and the AMPHTML tag can work correctly:
Validate AMP page without structured data? - If your news article or blog article does not contain any schema tags, the AMPHTML generator uses various HTML tags in the source code of your article page to automatically create the most suitable and validatable AMP page for your article.