How to Check and Fix AMP Invalid Pages Tutorial

One of the most reliable and easy-to-use AMP Checker tools to check the status of a blog page with an AMP template is that post content is already following the AMP procedure so that the posting page is ensured to be valid AMP or otherwise Invalid AMP Because some things do not comply with AMP's provisions, i.e. AMP Validator. A Google Chrome extension that works to analyze AMP pages.

For example, the following is one of the post Online Blog sharing tutorials that were initially published when it was publishing, apparently experiencing AMP invalid page issues. A notification shows the number of issues that caused an AMP invalid page as shown in the screenshot below:

To find out the cause and location of the issue that causes invalid page AMP Klick on the Debug menu.

It will open a new browser tab window featuring a template builder code structure along with an AMP page analysis. There is a visible 2 AMP Invalid Malasah that results in a failed Valdiasi or fail Status.

Scroll down and find the area of code that is where there is a writing structure that does not meet the rules of AMP and it is found that the location is in the image area of screenshot 88.

After I check in the content writing area of the blog post in HTML mode it seems obvious there is an error code structure add AMP image.

Without having to correct the details of the problem, I immediately added a new AMP image add code, then I copied the image URL and removed the problematic code to add an image.

After that to confirm the improvement of Klick menu update

The result that AMP's previously invalid post page is full of Valid AMP is marked with a Validator's AMP extension icon illuminated in green.

If you're using an AMP Blogger template, I highly recommend and recommend using and installing the AMP Validator extension that works for Check and ensuring that post content published is completely valid AMP and can also be used to validate the status of a blog page when you do a feature attachment or edit a template builder code. You can get an AMP Validator extension in a genetically Web page Google Chrome Webstore Extensions.

So how to easily check tutorials while fixing a Blog page or Blog post may be an Invalid AMP because of an error in the AMP write a structure that does not meet the criteria and post-writing conditions of the AMP pages.