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My site is windowstechit.com.
Currently using Thesis Framework, Effectus Skin.
I would like to shift to your framework and child themes.
I'm using AMP for WP plugin by Ahmed Kaludi for mobile redirection to AMP pages.
I want to stop using that plugin for AMP and using inherent settings for AMP.
But that plugin is causing issues regarding speed, layout problems etc.
I would like to know whether the following requirements will be met by using Genesis.
1. Can I redirect all my mobile pages to AMP .
2. I don't like to redirect page by page.
3. There should be one option just like the plugin to redirect all mobile pages to AMP.
4. Also can I include ads in AMP using GENESIS or its child theme.
I hope I am clear.https://www.windowstechit.com/19333/stop-someone-tagging-you-on-facebook-2019/amp/
The Genesis Framework supports Amp only in conjunction with the official WordPress Amp plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/amp/
Amp adds can be used with the framework just as they can with any theme by following Google's instructions: https://support.google.com/admanager/answer/6352089?hl=en
@Victor: Thanks for the info.
I would like to know whether mobile pages can be redirected to /amp/ version.
Can you give a link on how to use AMP official plugin with GENESIS framework.
Redirecting to Amp pages is all automatically done. Install the Amp plugin, install the Genesis framework, use an amp compatible child theme, and you're done. Other than a few announcements, I haven't seen any documentation regarding Amp.
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