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  • Hiya,

    This is something the plugin author has to address. By the looks of it, the plugin checks for a parent plugin and if it isn’t active, uses an external framework (TGMPA) to allow you to install and activate the parent plugin, however, it also looks like the author forgot to provide the external framework with a configuration, which effectively means that the framework doesn’t know what to do, which is why you are seeing that page….

    Sorry that I can’t be of more help, but hopefully the plugin author will fix this soon.




    same problem here. not as simple as the instructions say “just install it and that’s it”

    Plugin Author Ahmed Kaludi


    Hey @pointsi
    First of all, Thank you so much for using the plugin. I’m so sorry that you are having this issue, the TGMPA library usually works perfectly fine but I don’t know what’s going wrong on your installation. Can you please send me your WP admin information to – I will try my best to look into this and help you get AMP enabled on your website.

    Hey @jrf
    I must say that I really appreciate your help on this, could you please enlighten me on this because I am willing to solve this issue but I am not able to understand it properly, your few mins will help me and thousands of other users all around the world! – and thank you so much for TGMPA plugin.

    Hey @therewardboss
    I’m so sorry that you feel that way, Our aim is to make it as easy as possible and I really appreciate your feedback on this! – Are you sure you are facing the same issue that @pointsi is facing?

    Thanks again guys for using the plugin,


    Hi Ahmed,

    When I originally responded, I’d done a search on the GH repo and did not find a function hooked into the tgmpa_register action, so to me, it looks like you forgot to execute step 4 of the installation procedure for TGMPA.

    When you downloaded TGMPA, it came with an example.php file which shows an example implementation of step 4. The hook-in and the related function don’t have to be in a separate file, but should be somewhere in your codebase, otherwise TGMPA does not know what to do.
    For more detailed information on the options available and how to provide them to TGMPA, please have a look at the configuration help page.

    On a separate note – I also looked at the code in SVN/trac here on and found some oddities with duplicate files and such, but that is probably unrelated to this issue.

    Hope this helps!


    Hi @jrf,

    Thank you so much for your help.
    We have added this issue in our Github, we will fix it in the upcoming version.

    Thanks again.

    Team AMP.

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