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  • Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    I guess a month back, I added some custom plugins and changed some code in one of the files as well to support a number of hero images after https://wordpress.org/support/topic/sudden-fall-in-lighthouse-speed-when-redirecting-mobile-users-to-amp/

    Are these changes conflicting with the latest update of AMP? if so, can I uninstall and install the AMP plugin that works for me?

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for reaching out. From inspecting you site I don’t encounter any issues on my side from search, with your AMP URLs loading fine. From the checks I performed it doesn’t seem that any changes you made are conflicting with the latest version. Can you share more details on this and I’d be happy to investigate this further?

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Thanks for the response @jamesosborne

    Please find the issue that happening via the recorded video

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oYug8KTKvRCVI_-fJNafeXYC6yDIghEv/view?usp=drivesdk

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Many thanks for sharing, very useful indeed. I do encounter the same on that particular URL, although it does seem to redirect eventually – to the AMP version.

    As there doesn’t seem to be any issue with the AMP Cache version of that URL let’s check your setup. Please share your Site Health information via this form and we’ll see if we can spot anything unusual.

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Hi @jamesosborne Submitted the Form, please feel free to reach out for any further information, if possible, I would like to work on this with you on a high-priority basis, which impacts my SREP results (at least my assumption seeing 404).

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for sharing the additional insights. I’ve done some additional checks on your site and it seems specific to that URL based on the other URLs I checked.

    Have you made any changes to that site URL such as a slug change, or have you tried to use the URL inspection tool to see how Google see that’s page?

    I’m wondering also did you encounter any issues before installing the “AMP Mobile Server-Side Redirection” plugin?

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Thanks for checking @jamesosborne

    It’s happening for most of my AMP URLs, here are the few you can test.

    Try some of these queries for which site appears on the first page. you can click and check these 404 happenings

    1. “Best Double booster stabilizer for 1.5 ton AC” (https://www.bestwattage.com/best-double-booster-stabilizer-for-ac)

    2. copper stabilizer for 1.5 ton AC (https://www.bestwattage.com/best-copper-stabilizer-for-ac)

    If you want the complete list of URLs, I can grab them for you.

    Nothing changed at the site level. not even a slug or a category. I haven’t seen any issues before using the AMP SSR plugin. even after installation it worked well for almost more than 30 days.

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    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for the update. I do see encounter the same on the URLs you shared.

    While you’re using WP Rocket can you temporarily deactivate your SSR plugin and use the URL inspection tool on one of those URLs and we can check again in a few days? While I did review your previous support topic from when you installed this it seems to have been related to your performance score. I’ve checked your performance for those AMP URLs (example) so let’s see if there is any difference without this in use.

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Thanks @jamesosborne. Deactivated the SSR plugin and cleared the cache from WPRocket. possible can you please clear the AMP cache and see what happens?

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for the update. While it’s not possible for us to clear any sites from AMP Cache I no longer encounter the same issue now when checking your side. Can you confirm all is ok from your side?

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Yeah, it’s working now. can we check the performance now after disabling the SSR of AMP? Can I enable back the SSR?

    Also, Quick Question: Will there be any impact on SEO if I toggle off the “Redirect mobile users to AMP” option?

    Are there any advantages of enabling the above option other than just redirecting to the AMP pages on mobile? My blog doesn’t have AMP-specific UI. both mobile and AMP have the same user experience.

    A huge thanks for your enormous support.

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Yeah, it’s working now. can we check the performance now after disabling the SSR of AMP? Can I enable back the SSR?

    I’ve checked your AMP site now and it’s showing the same performance score from my testing. Great that this issue is no longer occurring.

    Also, Quick Question: Will there be any impact on SEO if I toggle off the “Redirect mobile users to AMP” option?

    With Google and maybe other search engines switching to mobile first indexing it may be possible there is a slight impact however the product experts at the Search Console Help Center should be able to provide further insights on this.

    Are there any advantages of enabling the above option other than just redirecting to the AMP pages on mobile? My blog doesn’t have AMP-specific UI. both mobile and AMP have the same user experience.

    If you’ve managed to achieve full parity between your canonical (non AMP) and your AMP URLs that’s great, nice job! If you’re AMP site is performing better then as mentioned above there may be a slight boost considering performance I believe is a ranking factor.

    Another advantage is that when your site is served from AMP cache that brings a further boost in most cases. See below from the checks I performed on your site just now.

    I’ll close this support topic now. Feel free to reach out should you have any further queries.

    Thread Starter Bestwattage Dev

    (@bestwattageteam)

    Thank you very much @jamesosborne. Appreciate your insights and they are really helpful.

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