AMP Support

Mobile first is reality, and many of us are dependent of great SEO. Accelerated Mobile Pages seem to be increasingly prioritised in Google mobile results. There's currently no easy way to create AMP-compatible pages from Webflow, while there's better support for this in e.g. Wordpress.

Unfortunately Webflow and AMP have somewhat diverse goals (Great design & brand expression vs. speed and text content), but in the best of worlds, Webflow would add an option to have standard or AMPed mobile pages with semi-automatic, graceful degradation. 

  • Simon Lessing
  • Jan 24 2017
  • Ben Dietrich commented
    12 Aug 11:52

    +3

  • Hürkan Gökkaya commented
    31 May 09:00

    +1

  • Ernesto Garcia commented
    23 Feb 10:26

    Im thinking to switch my website to https://ampwebsitebuilder.com/ and left webflow.

  • Lesly commented
    12 Jan 10:43

    Well, I was about to switch my clients website to Webflow and now, well I'm not... 2020 and no AMP support when almost all the competition have it integrated is no good. And zero feedback from the company doesn't give me much faith. Hope it will change in the future.

  • Carri Dallas commented
    09 Jan 23:47

    How is it 2020 and this isn't possible? Basically every other platform has an integration.

  • Alexander Zaxarov commented
    November 14, 2019 07:28

    I hope AMP support in Webflow will be a reality soon.

  • Frank Sousa commented
    November 01, 2019 14:44

    This is extremely important for the present day. In the company I work for we are increasingly using Webflow and we realize that even applying good practices to improve performance such as: Cache utilization, File compression, Lazyload of images. This is no suffice for a good mobile experience. Equiepe Webflow look at this.

  • Abhishek Nandi commented
    August 21, 2019 08:51

    AMP is also getting picked up for desktop URLs, we need this quick

  • Brent Neale commented
    June 27, 2019 22:56

    Any update from @webflow?

  • Jordan Chavis commented
    May 28, 2019 15:28

    With Google now fully committed to mobile-first indexing, I hope this gets more upvotes and moves into the roadmap :)

  • Prashant Trivedi commented
    February 12, 2019 17:37

    Yes, this will be very crucial to rank in Google.

    Maybe you can try here: https://www.ampproject.org/docs/fundamentals/converting

    Found this too while searching, has anyone used it?

  • Sam Fielding commented
    January 08, 2019 10:23

    Hi everyone,

    StoryChief now supports Webflow. This means that you can easily create articles and publish them directly on your websites. We even have native AMP support!

    Find out more about our Webflow integration and StoryChief at the link below:

    https://www.producthunt.com/posts/content-marketing-for-webflow-by-storychief

  • Ari Goldstein commented
    November 14, 2018 22:31

    need it 

  • Forrest O. commented
    August 28, 2018 15:09

    Supporting AMP would put a lot of constraints on the Designer. I think it might be better to make a feature to audit the "ampiness" of a site, with specific recommendations

    One main constraint that isn't compatible with the designer's full style control:

    > Size all resources statically
    > External resources such as images, ads or iframes must state their size in the HTML so that AMP can determine each element’s size and position before resources are downloaded. AMP loads the layout of the page without waiting for any resources to download.
    > AMP uncouples document layout from resource layout. Only one HTTP request is needed to layout the entire doc (+fonts). Since AMP is optimized to avoid expensive style recalculations and layouts in the browser, there won’t be any re-layout when resources load.

  • Tarique Hasheem commented
    August 21, 2018 03:51

    AMP is awesome but Webflow serves up websites very quickly.  Lately AMP sites take a few seconds to load and its not fun waiting around.

  • Ds 18 commented
    August 09, 2018 18:16

    This is absolutely necessary. It's not even a question of whether it should be done. The question is how fast should this be implemented.

  • Rodolpho Passos commented
    June 13, 2018 04:36

    I want this feature!!

  • Alex Cheng commented
    May 21, 2018 19:52

    Definitely an important feature. This feature not only improves SEO but it is the future for all websites. If it is something that is hard to implement for the entire website (static and dynamic) it should at least be implemented for dynamic pages. 

  • Alex Cheng commented
    May 02, 2018 03:52

    Totally agreed! This is here to stay so it’s something that should be on the top of the priority list.

  • Oliver commented
    March 08, 2018 19:10

    The ability to add AMP pages (on hosted webflow plans) is becoming more urgent.

    Those in the knowhow and with SEO knowledge know how important this is, also news in that they are going to make it more widespread and supported.

    https://www.engadget.com/2018/03/08/google-pushes-for-amp-based-technology-as-standard/

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