My good friend Gabriel Pérez developer of Octi has created a fork of the plugin AMP for WordPress that comes to improve several of its functionalities, adding support for pages, menus, labels, categories and also aspects of the design of the publications
Although already has proposed the improvement in the official repository site of the AMP plugin between which it approves, reviews or whatever the children of Automattic have to do, who for these things have his times, Gabriel has published fork on his own GitHub in case you want to take a look, install it, try it, tell us your impressions and use it if you like.
Of course , like everything in WordPress, you can also make your own for k or help empower Gabriel, freedom is always the way .
One of the What I like the most about fork by Gabriel is that you can customize the design the way I always thought it should be done, in your theme. What we propose is to create a folder / amp / in your active theme and add there the files you like from the list you have prepared to customize them to your liking:
- meta -author.php
Of course, Gabriel has already been trying it and you can see the results in the following screenshot: notable improvements in Google's crawling of AMP pages and a drastic reduction in errors …
I think it's a remarkable improvement, which should be taken into account for the next update of the AMP plugin for WordPress, and if not, then, fork that raised you right?
If you test it, tell us how it has gone and, in passing, what do you think is better, do a fork or wait to see if they include it in the official plugin " "?