Support » Plugin: Better Click To Tweet » Is it possible to make this plugin PWA-compatible?

  • Resolved learn2love


    To whom it may concern,

    I hope this finds you well. We are looking to transition our posts to AMP but see that this plugin is not by default AMP-compatible on this ecosystem page:

    The BCTT shortcode looks funny when viewed in AMP mode. I was wondering if you had any ideas on how to maybe get it to look nicer, or if it would be possible to have it made compatible in future releases.

    Thank you very much for your time and help, I greatly appreciate it and wish you the best,


    • This topic was modified 7 months ago by learn2love.

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  • Plugin Author Ben Meredith


    I’m glad you reached out, here.

    I don’t know what it takes to make my plugin compatible with AMP, and as this is a side-gig for me, I don’t forsee me having space to make those changes to the codebase any time soon.

    In a brief perusal, I don’t see any resources for plugin developers to make their plugins AMP ready, so I’m hesitant to say whether this is a possibility or not.


    Thread Starter learn2love


    Thank you very much for your timely response! I greatly appreciate it.

    Yes, I understand completely. We use this resource here for AMP on our pages – There are few plugin compatibility resources as you mention which I realize now, I can point this out to the AMP project team. Thank you for bringing this up to me.

    I am so grateful that you put in the time to make this as a side project! I love using it on our regular pages, it looks fantastic and greatly increases user engagement opportunities. Thank you so much for your efforts to help us with our blog through this plugin. It’s fantastic!

    If I get more into AMP, I can try to create an AMP version as well and if so, will share it here.

    Very best wishes and wishing you the best for continued success in your work,


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