Support » Plugin: Redirection » Create associated redirect for AMP

  • Kazekaii

    (@kazekaii)


    Hi.

    When I redirect from /old-post/ to /new-post/, the AMP version of /old-post/ remains accessible.

    I have seen that there is an option called “Create associated redirect” and in the placeholder appears the example of “AMP”, but it does not seem to work or I don’t understand its operation.

    The point is that when I do the redirection of /old-post/ to /new-post/, if I access /old-post/amp/, redirect to /new-post/amp/.

    This is possible?

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  • Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    Yes, that is what the feature is for. How have you configured it?

    In Options> URL Monitor Changes, in the associated_redirect field I have set “/amp/” (without quotes).

    I’ve tried “/amp” as the placeholder suggests but it does not work either.

    When I try to access the AMP version of the Source URL, instead of going to the AMP of the Target URL, I get 404 error.

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