Postlight Mercury

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Chris Carella
Hunter
@ccarella · Product at Broadway Video Ventures
I was really excited to see this pop up on my Twitter feed. AMP pages are a much much better experience on mobile and more publishers big and small need to be doing it. This tool from Postlight gives you no excuses not to use AMP.
Pascal Andy@_pascalandy · Cofounder at a "stealth startup"
Any live sites using this?
Paul-Henri Laugier@fma16 · Law student, Aix-Marseille University
@icipascal Mine : https://lawgier.net Doesn't works very well on the home page, but great on articles : https://lawgier.net/2016/05/10/r...
Gina Trapani
Maker
@ginatrapani · Building software at Postlight
@icipascal Yep, several. Google Splitsider on mobile and you'll see it in action in the AMP carousel.
Brandon Giesing@bgiesing39 · Owner, Pravox Networks
Here's some code for Tumblr users (PH isn't formatting it correctly so go to the link to get the text): http://shorttext.com/796d9c1d
Scott Wyden Kivowitz@scottwyden · Photographer / Marketing @ Imagely
I love how simple this was to use and implement that I put together a quick plugin for WordPress users to easily implement it. https://wordpress.org/plugins/si...
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Seo Manager, Global Deployments
@scottwyden just testing your plugin.... Oh no! An AMP link tag is present, but its href is not pointing to the mercury.postlight.com subdomain
Scott Wyden Kivowitz@scottwyden · Photographer / Marketing @ Imagely
@davidiwanow interesting. It was. I'll have to check.
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Seo Manager, Global Deployments
@scottwyden i checked the code and yes it bugged out
Scott Wyden Kivowitz@scottwyden · Photographer / Marketing @ Imagely
@davidiwanow I just looked again and it's pointing to the appropriate mercury.postlight.com subdomain and includes the query to the page/post. Can you link me to an example where it's not working?
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Seo Manager, Global Deployments
@scottwyden so i added to it my blog and tested a few links with the it's own validator and that's the error it threw up, i removed the plugin from my blog
Scott Wyden Kivowitz@scottwyden · Photographer / Marketing @ Imagely
@davidiwanow what error?
David Iwanow@davidiwanow · Seo Manager, Global Deployments
@scottwyden this error message already mentioned >> Oh no! An AMP link tag is present, but its href is not pointing to the mercury.postlight.com subdomain
Scott Wyden Kivowitz@scottwyden · Photographer / Marketing @ Imagely
@davidiwanow I'm not sure how or where you're seeing that, but on my site's post https://scottwyden.com/force-cuf... the HTML for the AMP reference is so it's doing what is should be. In fact, here's the entire code for the plugin: https://github.com/scottwyden/Si... If you're seeing something otherwise please share a live example.
Kshitij Shah@stuli1989 · Director - Business Development, Mecord
Does this work on Squarespace Pages?
Jon Cuthbert
Maker
@cuth
@stuli1989 Yes, it will! Here is how you could add the amphtml meta tag to your Squarespace article: https://support.squarespace.com/...