The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is a plug-and-play package of website optimization techniques created by Google to help speed up the web. In this course, you’ll learn how to create an AMP-powered page from scratch.
You’ll learn the AMP way of doing all the most commonly required tasks, including coding HTML, writing CSS, adding images, integrating web fonts, embedding YouTube videos, using iframes, displaying image galleries, embedding tweets, and generating carousels.
Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll be equipped to make AMP versions of just about any web page. So let’s go ahead and get “Up and Running With AMP”!
Optimize Your Website Without AMP
AMP undoubtedly does a great job in speeding up sites, but you can achieve results just as well, if not better, under your own steam if you know how to go about it. Learn how in our course Optimize Your Website Without AMP.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:51
2.Optimizing Web Pages with AMP6 lessons, 35:48
3.More Amp Components4 lessons, 22:49
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:42
1.1 Up and Running With AMP
Hey, I'm Kezz Bracey for Tuts+, and in this course, you're gonna learn how to get up and running AMP. We all want our websites to be fast loading, smooth running, and to create the best possible experience for our uses. Well, AMP is a collection of optimizations created by Google designed to help you do just that, pretty much hands free. When you've completed this course, you'll have experience implementing all the elements of AMP that you're gonna find yourself most commonly using when creating AMP sites. And you'll have the underlying knowledge necessary to enable you to use any other aspects of AMP as you need to down the track. You also understand the rules of AMP that you'll need to follow in order to pass Amp validation. And you need to pass validation in order to see your search results potentially highlighted with that green lighting mark of approval. So let's go ahead and get started on Up and Running with AMP. I'll see you in the first lesson.
2. Optimizing Web Pages with AMP
2.1 Getting Started