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Major Update to 1.7 

 

We proudly present the newest 1.7 version of our AMP module!!! 

 

The New 1.7 Module holds all the features which the 1.6 version had and bit more :) We continuously develop our modules, and soon we'll release some new features based on AMNP Bind elements. 

 

As Bill stated stay closed as we're working on the newest Webb App step as well. 

 

 

Please don't hesitate to contact us in case you have any questions in regards to the module itself, also for each module bought we offer a free implementation. 

 

Wish you all a Wonderful Day, 

 

Leo @ Prestachamps

 

 

 

 

Nice, I will buy it soon!

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Nice, I will buy it soon!

Hi Leo,

 
I tried to pay $166.52 with a pre-paid Dollar credit card... but your checkout process convert it in Euro, so I simply cannot buy it!
How can I buy it directly with a credit card in dollar, without going through that PayPal which convert in Euro?
 
Thanks,

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Hi Leo,

 
I tried to pay $166.52 with a pre-paid Dollar credit card... but your checkout process convert it in Euro, so I simply cannot buy it!
How can I buy it directly with a credit card in dollar, without going through that PayPal which convert in Euro?
 
Thanks,

 

...even if you choose later on "Pay with a credit card", the value already changed for Euro, and there is no option to pay in dollar...

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...even if you choose later on "Pay with a credit card", the value already changed for Euro, and there is no option to pay in dollar...

I received now an e-mail saying the payment failed because there wasn´t US$ 189,83 pre-paid on that card... so that Paypal "service" cost US$ 189,83 -166,52 = US$ 23,31 just for making that payment... Ok I will pay like that, as I want your AMP, but it should be nice to offer an alternative to that F... PayPal.

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For anyone curious about this module....

 

I was able to create great looking AMP pages for my store instantly.  It has template options, features, and extra css option for you to further customize the look and feel of the AMP pages.  It worked very well out-of-the-box.  Visitors stay on AMP pages until checkout (I use a 3rd party OPC). 

 

When I wanted to make the AMP pages incorporate another 3rd party module, spport was able to make the customization for a very reasonable fee.  After going live for a few days, the AMP pages were in Google index, Google Webmaster, and Google Analytics.  Too early to tell on SEO impact, but it won't hurt especially with Google's Mobile First Indexing in 2017. 

 

FYI .... I am on PS 1.6.1.4.  For the price, I think it is a very good investment.

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Ok, thank you for that. I had also thought at first that the AMP pages automatically would be served when accessed by a mobile device, but I guess that is not the way it works. The AMP page is linked to in the code with a AMP page link tag. Google then finds that link and if the page is valid AMP includes it in mobile search. The AMP page also has a tag to link back to the "FULL" page.

 

Is that right? 

 

Here is what Google thinks of your page,

 

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I couldn't find anything on the site about it, that is why I asked last night. But playing around with it, I found if you put ?amp=1 after the url it will display the page as the amp page. 

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Dh, this is the tag <link rel="amphtml" href=

 

So the address to any AMP page is near the top of the page in the header. 

 

The good here is that it is creating valid AMP pages that can take advantage of what Google has to offer. It seems to provide a good starting point. I have not yet tried the module but I do plan to purchase a copy.

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Hi 
 
Let me answer to all the comments made in the last 24H. 
 
1. David,

I Appreciate the Forum comment, and I'm sure We'll work together in teh future as well. 
 
2. Vincente

thanks for being so patient and I would appreciate if you would share just like in the email how fantastic the new payment has been for you. 
 
For everybody else, Vicente wanted to pay with a  prepaid USD card and Paypal didn't handle this new situation correctly, so we introduced a card payment, which decreased the handling fee significantly for Vicente. 
 
3. Lesielle  
 
As mentioned Lesiselle we've finalised over 60% in regards to the AMP and Blog compatibility, but I can't promise you to have it done soon, as we're still in the middle of the holiday season. 
 
4. Dh42 - Lesley
 
Let me thank you for spending more time documenting yourself in regards to the AMP version. I supposed that finding the AMP link would have taken less, as it's pretty common either to use /amp or ?amp.  
 
I was expecting a little bit of support in regards to AMP especially after a personal email sent from a particular Prestashop Fork asking if the modules will be compatible with the fork itself.  I'm still not sure about it!
 
I'm sorry to see that you don't realise that AMP has been the first step into something more advanced like Progressive App (Dan you are unbelievable - you saw the correlation), which you're aware of as stated in the fork blog(which frankly I just noticed). 
 
We're a team of Wasps, whose goal is to show that Prestashop was the best choice made by us 7-8 years ago. We're developing E-commerce sites for over 15 years. We're so close to having a full Progressive APP version for Prestashop - but we needed the AMP - as that is a bridge at this stage. 
 
Some of the Progressive App implementations are already visible on PRestachamps, and I guaranty you that will have teh four green badges by Lighthouse, and that in a short while. 
 
Please allow me to tell you that the best solution for a faster mobile version in Prestashop is the AMP version - won't you agree? (please make sure that you take into consideration Prestashop and no other E-commerce solution)
 
AMP is the best existent solution - right now in Prestashop to make teh Mobile version faster !!!!!
 
Please accept my apologies for not being concluded on the site, but we're busy busy busy working on our APP, and now I'll divide this into two parts.
 
A. Mobile APP - one part of the team has been developing in the last past 6 months a mobile APP version which funnily is made in Ionic and has Webb App integrated. 
 
B. Webb App solution for Prestashop - another part of teh Team, took the AMP and we brought it further - As mentioned we're almost there to give a fully compatible solution without any template dependency.  (as stated Prestachamps holds already a small integration)
 
5. Dan 
 
I appreciate All your Words, and as mentioned several times; I'm happy you saw through the process, AMP is teh first step (this is the fastest Prestashop mobile solution - right now) - Webb App it's the next part of teh process. 
 
I offer you once the WEb-app version is ready a free integration to either your or one of your client sites ;) 
 
Final Thought: 
 
One should build up he's reputation based on achievements, on not on the back of others. 
Comments should be the process of expressing thoughts; constructive ones are always the right ones. 
Mistakes are a standard process in development. Make sure you have them!
We don't need to agree about all things - that makes things beautiful. Be rather a good Teacher than a slappy commenter. 
 
Our goal as programmers at the end is to teach Clients/People and spread the word about new ways. If you want a  faster better version of your mobile page, AMP is teh solution, it doesn't matter which one you choose, just don't stand there and end up having your customers reach over 80% in mobile view, and having a huge bounce. 
 
Ps for Dh42 
I more than happy to share thoughts about speed/Webb App etc, with you on a private level, I'm sure we can learn a lot from eachother. 

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Hi everybody 

I'll try to emphasize a couple of new things were AMP is going. In contrary to some beliefs AMP is not limited at all. Unfortunately, some new Blog post has been brought to my attention, and even I specifically Asked the amazing person behind it to come out and to have a proper discussion, we ended up seeing an irrelevant Blog post made after probably a 24 Hour documentation. All those who saw the Fork post made about teh AMP, here are our Answers: 

There are plenty of elements which can be created using the AMP framework : 

Here is a sentence from Google's NEW post : 
 

Finally, we’ve started work on some longer-term features to support even more interactivity.

2. " What About the Ranking Boost (Source: From my favourite Fork )

If you have been told there is a ranking boost by using Google AMP; you have been lied to. The world of SEO sometimes seems like a mystical world; sometimes it 's hard to see how one thing will affect another that might affect rankings. But there is some clear stuff. When the people at Google talk, people in the SEO industry listen. Here is an official tweet on the matter that should put AMP as a ranking signal to rest.
 

As commented on the Fork Post as well, it made me again Wonder if the Writer understands exactly what AMP is, with such a long post you would expect something like that.  NO, He Doesn't !!!!!!!!!

Creating such a ridiculous confusion between the AMP framework and AMP, in general, denotes a shallow class of information gathered. The fantastic Blog post presents the results using GTMetrix in regards to the mobile and an AMP version of a site. It turns out that the AMP framework loads slower - according to the blog post.

This is like comparing Apples to Oranges. The Actual AMP speed can only be tested once a client access a site coming from Google Results. the same type of a mistake is usually done when comparing Google Page Speed Insight and Site speed itself. 

Let me tell you something - Google Page Speed Insight is not Dead (as stated by the same fellow member) - actually Google never talks about speed (besides AMP). Gtmetrix, Pingdom tools are measuring the Page Speed in seconds (fine tools, but they both are far from perfection- they still can't simulate every single time the same TTFB results).

What the demonstration showed is that AMP framework can be slower than Bootstrap, the only problem with this is that it's not relying on concluded data and any scientific base. (It's misleading and the value of teh test is beyond questionable)

3. Reviews 

After making the AMP work properly with the business "Tech Review Module", the next one will be Yotpo review System. 
Let's not forget we already solved the Cart product numbers, and Yotpo is just the next step. 

Final Thoughts: 

The first thing that I learned back in 2001 was that the Internet holds a lot of information, and frankly everybody's major problem is to determine if there is real data behind or the news have been written to attract people.I suggest you to start documenting yourself from the source if you want to know more about the AMP check the following links: 

https://www.ampproject.org/latest/blog/amp-roadmap-update-for-end-of-q2/

What We'll Achieve at the and with AMP is ====> https://www.ampproject.org/latest/blog/putting-the-amp-in-progressive-web-amps-meet-the-shadowreader/

Here is a remark from the post : 

"Taking everything into consideration, I would decline recommending AMP for e-commerce sites."  (Quoted from the Fork - You all know who!)

Here is What Google said a couple of weeks ago: 
 

  • "E-commerce websites, in particular, will benefit from dedicated client-side sorting & filtering components, as well as a date picker."

    And before I forgot: 
    "
  • We’re expanding the capabilities of embedded content in AMP by supporting messaging between amp-iframe and other elements in the parent document."

    That's the solution for the CHAT, just needs to be done. ;) 

    Again I'm happy to discuss each part in regards to AMP, and I never said it can handle everything, but tell me a language which can.Surely AMp together with Progressive Web App has a long run, but you better start understanding that the future of your site is based on such languages. 

    AMP is STILL TEH FASTEST MOBILE SOLUTION  - and we at Prestachamps will keep that way either with AMP or WEbb APP . 

    Regards 

    Leo 

    Ps: Thanks to Lesley for the subject without who we couldn't present all this. Next Week we'll analyse another post made by our beloved fork. 
Edited by Leo @ Prestachamps

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Site moved to a faster server:

with AMP, the load time is 1/3 more quick, total code size and number of requests is also 1/3 less... for the same full content (tested from Brazil, with server in north of USA, running Cloudflare +Railgun).

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Hi Vicente 

Even that we've talked through email, please allow me to thank you here as well, for the kind words, as well the overview for any future clients.

We made a  huge Breakthrough in regards to Prestashop with our AMP module, but I'll add it in a  separate comment. 


Kind REgards 

Leo
 

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HUGE AMP UPDATE COMMING

 

AMP Recent Updates : 
 

1. Added the possibility to show the category Description 
2. Added the possibility to show the subcategories under a category with or without images. 
3. A new Text field has been added to the index page of the AMP. 
4. A new Layout will be added, and all of them have been optimised. 
5. The core of the product page has been rewritten to allow a proper image usage!
6. LEOTHEME BLog has been Ampified - also we added Rich Card with the AMp results- We'll keep everybody posted in regards to the Rich Carousel cards available. 
7. Core  TXT library has been changed to provide a much nicer and smoother AMP transition. 

DEFER PARSING JS, AND CSS SOLVED FOR MOBILE - using AMP 

 

We've all have been dreaming of solving the Defer Parsing Js and CSS issue on any Mobile version (as well on Desktop) in Prestashop. 

WE SOLVED IT !!!!!!!!!

 

WE'll publish an Article soon in regards to all the results had with the solution created by us. The solution will work for all Ps users in different form Theme used.
The AMP module creates the base for it (we've been working from the last three months on this). The results are phenomenal - reaching an astonishing 92/100 on Google Page Speed Insight and a 0.83 seconds load time on Mobile measured through Gtmetrix Mobile Canadian Test. 

2. This was the much-needed breakthrough to reach a decent GREEN score on Progressive WEB APP. 

In case there are questions in regards to AMP please don't hesitate to ask. 

Wish you all a Wonderful Monday ;) 

Kind Regards

Leo

Ps: Keep an eye open for the modules which are Amnpified almost on a Weekly basis. 

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Hi guys,

 

@Lesielle: work on the blog integration is still ongoing but a few other features were bumped up on the priority list as we focus on performance and additional functionality. While I can't give you an exact time frame, progress on the blog is going well and will be ready soon. Keep an eye on this post, I'll provide an update as soon as it's ready to launch.

 

In terms of performance, we're all green on Page Speed Insights with scores in the 90's for AMP pages

Load times are around 1 second (varying from 0.8 to 1.4) even on 3G networks!

 

As for features, we solved two of the most requested ones and I am very happy to announce that the AMP Pages module now has:

Multiple Combination Dropdown with instant price update on attribute selection and image Swap option instead of Popup

 

 

UPDATED LIST OF AMPIFIED MODULES:

 

1. Featured Products

2. Best Selling Products
3. Search
4. New Products 
5. Slider Module 
6. Social Sharing
7. Language Block module
8. Review Module- standard Prestashop
9. Business Tech Review And Rich Snippet
10. Leotheme Blog Module
11. Block Categories Module 
12. Prestashop Menu Module
13. 6 different pre-built Templates for the Category and Product Pages
14. Contact Page Support and modified.
15. Multiple Combination dropdown
16. Image Swap option instead of Popup

 

 

AMPIFICATION IN PROGRESS:

 

1. Professional Blog Module
2. Login Option integration
3. Chat Functionality 
4. AMP force on Mobile - instead of Mobile Version to use AMP F
5. Index page Content Block Creation
6. Full Checkout Process creation 
7. Designers are hard at work on additional templates for product and category pages.
 
Keep an eye on this post for future updates and more great news!

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AMP Pages Module Update - New version available.

It's been a bit quiet in here and I'm sorry about that but we have been working hard on developing and improving our AMP Pages module along with a new mobile theme for PrestaShop which we are excited to reveal soon. 

Regarding the AMP module, I am happy to announce version 1.7.0 (of our module, compatibility with PrestaShop 1.7 has been done months ago ;)).
We can also call it the "Anniversary Update" as we started working on AMP for PrestaShop one year ago. With this occasion and with Black Friday / Cyber Monday coming soon, we are offering a 40% discount for the module as we want to make sure that everyone has the chance to own a fast website.

>> YOU CAN GET THE DISCOUNTED MODULE HERE <<

Some of the biggest improvements of the new version are detailed below:

  • It is now possible to force the AMP version for all users who access the site from mobile!

AMP is demonstrably faster compared to any responsive PrestaShop theme and now you have the option to display your AMP pages to everyone accessing your website, regardless if they get there from Google or any other referrer. Every mobile visitor can enjoy the significant performance improvements brought by the AMP module. As I mentioned in my last post, Page Speed Insights scores are well into the 90s which has for long seemed extremely hard if not impossible to achieve with responsive PrestaShop themes.

 

  • Admin Overhaul

Thankfully we have received a lot of positive and constructive feedback from the module users over the past few months and while the front-end has been very well received, it became obvious that the back-end needed a little work. Especially as we are continuously adding new features and options, it became clear that the admin area needed an overhaul before it became too confusing to use efficiently. Now, all the settings are grouped in distinct tabs, each taking care of a specific area of the AMP module, making the set-up process a lot more user-friendly.

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  • Demo Mode

You can now preview the AMP version and all the settings you are changing before the module lets Google know that you have AMP pages and they need to be indexed. This is especially useful if you take advantage of the custom CSS option and need a bit more time to make sure everything looks the way you want it to.

  • Embed YouTube Videos in Product Descriptions

If you already have YouTube videos embedded in your product descriptions, they will now be displayed in the AMP pages as well.

  • New Product Page Template

Continuing our work on the combinations, we have created a new template for the product page which presents customers with a drop-down list of the product options when a product has combinations. This is a great addition for improving user-experience on your site.

  • Homepage Banners

You can now add image banners (with links) for the three main sections (Featured, New and Best Selling Products)

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  • Additional changes

A <img> tag is converted to an <amp-img> tag.
A <iframe> tag is converted to an <amp-iframe> tag.
A <audio> tag is converted to an <amp-audio> tag.
A <video> tag is converted to an <amp-video> tag.
Twitter embed code for tweets is converted to an <amp-twitter> tag.
Instagram embed code for instagrams is converted to an <amp-instagram> tag.
Youtube embed code for videos is converted to an <amp-youtube> tag.
Dailymotion embed code for videos is converted to an <amp-dailymotion> tag.
Pinterest embed code for pins is converted to an <amp-pinterest> tag.
Soundcloud embed code for audio music is converted to an <amp-soundcloud> tag.
Vimeo embed code for videos is converted to an <amp-vimeo> tag.
Vine embed code for videos is converted to an <amp-vine> tag.


Future Updates

  • We are working on the AMP menu. Currently it is similar to PrestaShop's standard menu module but we want to enable additional functionality and customization options. We estimate this to be available next week and I will provide an update when it's ready as I know many of you are looking forward to this.
  • New templates for the product and category pages. Ideas are always welcome and we are working on implementing the really good ones into new templates for AMP pages.
  • Professional Blog Module
  • Chat Functionality
  • Full Checkout Process creation

 

If you read this far you are clearly interested in everything our module has to offer so you rightfully earned the 40% discount ;)

This is the best deal we ever offered and honestly, it's hard to find something else that does so much for this amount of money.

>> GET THE AMP MODULE AND PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE <<

Edited by Leo @ Prestachamps

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Hey everyone,

As we received a lot of great feedback on our site for this module in the previous week, we decided to extend the discount period so that it will include Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

We appreciate all the feedback we receive and the module will only get better as we receive it along with new ideas and suggestions.

It's thanks to your ideas and comments that we got so far so we're looking forward to hear more from you.

>> GET THE AMP MODULE AND PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE <<

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Hello Leo,

1) Give me a sign when the new AMP Menu is available for PS 1.7, together with all the above improvements you spoke (I am waiting for that before to update);

2) Do you already have an idea when you will release your progressive web app module?
That module will use your AMP modules when using mobile, and the Prestashop responsive theme when using a desktop?

Thanks,

Edited by Vicente Paul

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Good News Everyone!

The PROFESSIONAL AMP PAGES - ACCELERATED MOBILE PAGES Module is now available on PrestaShop Addons:
https://addons.prestashop.com/en/website-performance/26950-professional-amp-pages-accelerated-mobile-pages.html

I am looking forward to any questions you all may have regarding the module and very soon I will provide another "status update" containing the recent developments and future plans for the AMP module.

I wish you all a happy Friday! :)

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Hey Everyone,

 

We just updated the Google AMP pages module on PrestaShop Addons and we are happy to announce 3 new very requested features:

- Language Selector dropdown for multi-language stores.

- Cookie consent.

- Improved display of discounted prices in the front-end: The original price will now appear crossed out next to the reduced selling price.

All this as well as all the previous features are included in the module:

https://addons.prestashop.com/en/website-performance/26950-professional-amp-pages-accelerated-mobile-pages.html

The great response for our work also enabled us to offer it at a much lower price and we believe that, at this point, there is really no excuse to miss out on the performance boost and user accessibility offered by the Google AMP module.

A major update is currently pending approval and I'm excited to share the new features as soon as it's available on the the PrestaShop Addons Marketplace.

If you are looking for AMP Pages for PrestaShop 1.7 you can find the module here:

https://www.prestachamps.com/en/front-end-prestashop-modules/4-accelerated-mobile-pages-google-amp.html

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Hi,

please forgive me my question - How to make amp version work after module installation? is it automatic or should I do something (besides customisation)?

 

Best regards
Maciej Konkol

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Hi Maciej
Report.pdf
The Module which is on Addons, doesn't need any extra modifications, added, just install it, and you should have fun with the customization. The one thing I would recommend you to get is the Chrome AMP Validator extension. This could help you spot some formatting errors on Product pages etc. 

Use this page in order to validate your AMP version: 
https://validator.ampproject.org

The AMP results should appear inside your Google Webmaster Tool (there is a section in regards to AMP results).  I've attached a PDF which shows what you need to do in order to see your AMP page. 
 

If there is anything else which I can do for you, let me know, and happy to have you as a new client :) 
 

PS: The module comes with a free installation as well. 
 

Kind Regards 
 

Leo
 

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Hi Maciej
 

I just saw that, please send me all the access details to leo@prestachamps.com. WE'll take care of that ASAP. 
 

To Vicente
 

It should be, but I'm not sure we handled the no shopping cart appearance function. In case you need that let me know. 

Kind regards 
 

Leo
 

 

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10 minutes ago, Leo @ Prestachamps said:

It should be, but I'm not sure we handled the no shopping cart appearance function. In case you need that let me know.

Actually, you already manually removed prices and shopping card on my local version (which was one of the first AMP for Prestashop 1.7 version, back in August), but I saw you are always improving your AMP modules... inclusive making them available now throught the Prestashop AddOns. 

So I am already thinking of the possibility to contract your AMP Prestashop AddOns modules with the Zen option, paying something more, to stay up-to-date with your latests developments (even more thinking of the future integration with PWA...).

As I am not selling directly throught my site, if you implemented that directly in your code (not displaying prices = 0, and not showing the shopping card in this case), then I could upgrade automatically to the latest version automatically without asking you doing that for me each time.

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Hi Vicente 

That's a good point, but the version you use it's a PS 1.7 version which is still not Addons ready. It's a complicated story and explaining how Google Addons acceptance and rules work would be a pain in the a$$, so at this stage, I would recommend you to do it on our site directly :)

PWA is just a  small part, things changed back last year, and there is a bigger plan behind this :)

Kind Regards 
 

LEo 

 

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Hi, has there been a definitive answer/solution for international companies that may have different specific pricing by country?  The reason I ask is in-house client bought your module on our recommendation but late this quarter we will be internationaling their shop...now total usd/one price but they sell all over the world and I'm bit concerned if we implement AMP how we might make price by country/taxes etc all work in AMP....

 

We don't know anyone else besides you that is expert in both PrestaShop International and AMP so you advice is welcome.  derf

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Hello Leo

We are interested in your module but we have some doubts about compatibility:

1.  Is your module compatible wit the 7.0.27 version of PHP?

2. We use a url re-writing module : "Pretty URLs" https://addons.prestashop.com/es/url-redirecciones/16633-pretty-urls-eliminar-ids-y-numeros-desde-de-url.html is your module compatible with pretty urls?

 

Thank you 

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Hi

I'll try to answer each question separately. 

Sorry, Fred, I missed Your message on the forum, it went into Spam, (this Prestashop one). 
 

Currency and Geolocalization it's still tricky with aMP at this stage, but the same goes with standard APP's as well. If a customer accesses the AMP version directly than changing the Currency based on the New AMP Bind Element, it's possible. The problem lies in teh Google cached version, as that comes directly from Google, and there is no way that we can change that automatically. 

As mentioned things are changing rapidly and now Checkout, and payment can be solved too. We're almost there to have AMP as a full version ;) 

2. Hi Attitude Hostile ( This made me smile) 

1. The module is compatible with the latest 1.7 version; it should eb with the Ps 1.7.0.27 - if it's not we'll always there to make it. There wasn't a single site where our module didn't work!!!!!!

2.. Yeah, we know that module, and at least 10ten others. We have a patch in case of that module. There are other ID-les URL modules out there, but we solved for all of them. 

Kind regards,

Leo
 

 

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Hi 

I couldn't find the time to write you back, and actually, I was thinking if I should install the module or not. (I don't want to comment here more )

I have to make 2 points here : 
 

1. Would you mind keeping bugs or ticket related stuff out of add-ons. I can imagine that other developers won't answer to emails, but it's not my case. I just want to keep this forum post pretty clean, especially when errors are generated by requirements (see below)
 

2. The add to cart and the AMp is not Working, as your site is lacking HTTPS - SSL certificate - this is a standard requirement not just for AMp but also for Google. I would suggest you choose at least the OPen SSL - which is Free!Once this has been solved the add to cart and the AMP pages will be valid ones. 

Kind regards, 

Leo 

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Hi @Leo @ Prestachamps

I have question regarding your module for Prestashop 1.7.2.3

1. I use custom theme from Themeforest - would your module work?

2. I have 3rd party module - OnePageCheckout. I guess that AMP module wouldn't work here, so does it mean that checkout page would be loaded without AMP and with OnePageCheckout module? (juest like it is now)

3. How about blog pages? Amp works on them also or how do they display? Just like now without AMP?

Edited by 2404pawel

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Hi Pawel 


1. The module would work with any template out there. It's template independent. It means that it uses his own TPL. I can guaranty you it will work. 

2.  Even that recently Google published a way how to solve the checkout, because of teh multitude of modules out there, we didn't develop the AMP checkout process as we would end up with a  lot of 3rd party module not being compatible with AMP. This said the checkout is the standard one. 

3. The only Blog module AMpified at this stage is the Leo blog module.  Imagine that each Blog module is a 3rd party module developed by somebody else. We started working on the Prestablog module mentioned by Vincente, but we stopped, because of technical reasons. It uses too many elements. 

But We'll develop a module ourselves ;)

Let me know if I can help, and barely wait to have you as our client :)

Kind Regards

 

Leo

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@Leo @ Prestachamps thanks for reply. Not to miss anything I would ask in order:

1. Ok, I got it :)

2. " the checkout is the standard one" means that it is OnepageCheckout (this is my standard) or is it gonna be prestashop default without OPC?

3. So this is not possible to combine content AMP/ not AMP; I mean is it possible to make link on main page (with AMP) to blog post page which is not AMP? 

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Hi Pawel 
 

Let me answer your questions, that after we realised today that the addons team accidentally deleted all teh documents from our modules :)

2. The checkout will be the OPC- or whatever other checkout you'll use. 

3. yes it, that's the simplest part. 

I would say you're covered ;)

Kind Regards, 

Leo
 

 

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Hi 

Just want to post an update in regards to the AMP module. WE'll launch soon the addons PS 1.7 version of the module. The module has been Ps 1.7 ready for over 7 months, but we didn't create an Addons version in regards to that. 

The New 1.7 addons version will hold all the features which the old Ps 1.6 version has. 
 

As everybody could notice Google started sending out emails in regards to content discrepancies between the AMP and standard version. To avoid that, we created a bunch of AMP tools which will allow you to re-create the same feeling and content as on the standard version. 

Our next improvements include: 

1. Adding a proper Filter to the AMP pages
2. Creating an AMP Blog
3. Adding more option especially for the index page 
4. Creating a Tablet version.

Thank you all, for the support,

Regards, 

Leo

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Good news everyone!

The 1.7 version of our AMP Pages module is now available for download in the Addons Marketplace as well:

https://addons.prestashop.com/en/website-performance/26950-professional-amp-pages-accelerated-mobile-pages.html

Work continues on the improvements mentioned previously and I am looking forward to share the new updates with you.

 

Thank you again for your continued support and the constructive feedback!

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Hi Leo,

I've sent you 3 private messages with no reply, so I'll try here.

1. Can I force amp page to display only in polish? Now it redirects to english version no matter what I do and it is really annoying since most of my clients are domestic.

2. I am missing the price on product page - https://www.lawendowykredens.pl/pl/amp/product/cotton-balls-i-lampki-ozdobne/17105858-cotton-balls.html

3. Is it possible to add "text whe quantity is less than 0" to the product page? (please see screenshot)

Thank you!

Maciej Konkol

screenshot-lawendowykredens.pl-2018-03-26-17-23-55.png.dd18d4db98c9cf436f6d17aae3c37fd8.png

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