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Web Dev News Roundup: Total Eclipse Experience With Google

Zoe Adkins runs through this month’s Web Development news, including how Google gave people the ultimate eclipse experience, new maintenance releases from WordPress and a fresh upgrade for Chrome. Total Eclipse Experience With Google Google promised to deliver the ultimate experience during Monday’s solar eclipse in the adjacent United States (apart from Hawaii and Alaska). As…

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How to Use AMP for WordPress to Improve Website Performance, User Experience & Rankings

Want to know how accelerated mobile pages could help improve your website performance? Matt Hitches, UX designer-developer, provides a breakdown on what AMPs are all about, how they can improve click-through rate, and the benefits of AMP analytics to WordPress site owners. Accelerated mobile pages were launched in October 2015 with the aim of providing…

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Web Dev News Roundup: AMPs Now Running on WordPress Sites

Zoe Adkins runs through this month’s Web Dev Roundup, including the arrival of AMP’s on WordPress sites, global statistics on the developer community, and updates to Google Material design. WordPress Sites Now Supporting AMPs The arrival of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) within the search results has enabled users to access content quicker via faster loading pages on…

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