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  • Resolved o6asan

    (@o6asan)


    The plugin changes into <instime>, and into <deltime>.

    Google Search Console gives an error about them: “Prohibited or invalid use of HTML Tag (Critical)”

    How can I fix it?

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  • I add supplementary explanation.
    WordPress’s insert tag is <ins datetime="2017-05-01T16:36:29+00:00"> </ins>.

    The plugin changes this into <instime>.

    So, Google Search Console gives an error about them: “Prohibited or invalid use of HTML Tag (Critical)”

    Hi @o6asan,

    date tag is disallowed in AMP that’s why it is getting stripped.

    Can you create a ticket about it in our Github? https://github.com/ahmedkaludi/accelerated-mobile-pages/issues

    I will test it and check if there’s something can be done about it.

    Thanks, @marqas.

    I can create a ticket, but I don’t need date tags actually.

    Why does the plugin do <ins datetime="2017-05-01T16:36:29+00:00"> </ins> into <instime> instead of changing <ins datetime="2017-05-01T16:36:29+00:00"> </ins> into <ins> </ins>?

    If the plugin generated <ins> </ins>, Google Search Console wouldn’t complain about it.

    Hi @o6asan,

    Thank you so much, we will surely look into this and will resolve this for sure.

    @o6asan are you facing the same issue everywhere or on just some posts?

    If you are facing this issue in some posts only then you can control it until we fix this issue.

    Use Custom AMP Editor for those posts, just copy the HTML from the content editor and paste it in Custom AMP Editor and removed that tag.

    It will resolve your problem.

    Thank you for your quick reply, @marqas.

    Not all posts have insert or delete tags. So I may say I am facing it on just some post. But the issue always appears as a post has those tags.

    Use Custom AMP Editor for those posts, just copy the HTML from the content editor and paste it in Custom AMP Editor and removed that tag.

    Thanks, it worked. However, it’s a little troublesome for me. So, I expect you and yor engineers will resolve this.

    Hi @o6asan,

    Sure, will do that soon.

    Hi @marqas,

    I apologize for my delay and express my thanks for your hard work.
    The plugin newer versions work very well without customizing.

    Hi @o6asan,

    Thank you so much for letting us know this. And thanks for being our valuable user 🙂

    If you like our plugin then support us by leaving a review.
    I and My Team will appreciate it and it will also motivate us to do more.

    Thanks and Best Regards

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