I recently started using the AMP plugin and immediately noticed that I was not getting the full benefits of Automatic Platform Optimization.
While AMP pages were ultimately loading faster overall, “Time to First Byte” and “First Paint” were coming in double that of Non-AMP. So, not as fast as they should have been.
A presume the issue is that the AMP plugin uses ‘/?amp’ rather than ‘/amp/’ to identify pages.
My current workaround has been to set up a Cache Everything page rule for AMP pages. However, that does not seem like the best solution.
Is there another option?
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