Accelerated Mobile Pages for Opencart Product Pages.
Thus, we can conclude that the search engine experts still do not exclude the possibility of using a new format as a next ranking factors.
This help you better SEO.
Only new files, will not overwrite yours.
PRO Version with customizations now available:
Added SEO PRO support (link
VQMOD is needed or you can manual install.
All comments are welcome
For validation info you may use this Chrome Plugin:
version 1.0.10.f (27-11-2017) -
- text_related undefined fix
version 1.0.10.c (14-11-2017) -
- meta_title undefined fix
version 1.0.10.b (29-03-2017) - only ocstore 1.5
- ocStore support added
version 1.0.10 (08-02-2017)
- price meta fixed
- version 2.1 updated
- version 2.1 seo url support
version 1.0.9 (06-02-2017)
- seo url fix for products with "amp" in url
version 1.0.8 (17-01-2017)
- seo url
- opencart 188.8.131.52 support added
version 1.0.7 (15-11-2016)
- bugs fixed
version 1.0.6 (14-11-2016)
- OC 2.3 support
version 1.0.5b (08-09-2016)
- fixed Description
- added reviewCount
- removed Organization tag
-removing inline css in description added
-removed polygon style to css
- product rating added
- related products in 2 columns
What is an Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP)?
Basically Accelerated Mobile Page (or AMP) is a project from Google and Twitter to design fast loading mobile pages. Fundamentally, these are stripped-down form of HTML page designed to be super light weighted and really fast loading.
How it works?
The Project relies on AMP HTML, a layered structure whichis basically HTML but not any HTML. It is designed in a unique way for pages to load faster than usual. Giving us a sense of what fast loaded webpages will look like. Some tags are banned and some new tags are introduced in their place. AMP HTML is designed by just keeping mobile performance in mind.
Impact of AMP in SERP
We all are aware that mobile friendliness is a factor considered in Google search rankings. We’ve known that sites which pass the Google mobile-friendly test appear higher on the on the search results and the sites which tagged are unfriendly or which do not pass the Google’s mobile friendly test are pushed down to the second or third page.
So it is clear that Mobile Pages, which are specifically designed to load quickly and provide a great user experience on mobile, would get a serious search ranking boost. We can also see from Google search results that AMP sites are highlighted with a little green lightning-bolt, inviting users in to
experience these lightning-fast mobile pages. And, fater loading will lead to more pageviews and more ad views.