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  • Writer's pictureBrent Payne

AMP Page has validation errors

The URL in question is an AMP Page URL that contains validation errors, failing the AMP validation standards.


Why is this important?

Loud Interactive's validation tests for AMP pages are essential to ascertain if the AMP markup is error-free. An AMP page fraught with errors will not render as intended, and it’s likely that various platforms will ignore it completely.


AMP pages with validation errors might be omitting required elements, contain prohibited, outdated, or repeated elements, or have issues with styles, layouts, or templates. These flaws can prevent proper indexing which leads to their absence in search engine results.


What does the Optimization check?

Our Optimization check is triggered by any internal AMP URL that depicts AMP validation error types:

  1. Errors with AMP HTML tags and attributes

  2. Issues with styles and layouts

  3. Mistakes in templating

  4. Problems due to deprecated elements

For insight into specific errors and their resolutions, the AMP documentation can be consulted.


How do you resolve this issue?

Labeled as 'Critical', this Optimization indicates a severe problem that can greatly affect search engine visibility. High priority resolution is imperative.

To remedy validation issues, identify the errors and implement the necessary corrections. Loud Interactive offers precise error details to facilitate smooth error resolution.


How do you get more data from Sitebulb?

To ascertain which validation issues your page is experiencing, select the blue Optimization Details button for the desired URL.


This opens a console with live errors and displays the AMP issues. The interface offers an interactive editing session where live adjustments trigger automatic revalidation. Highlight a validation error and amend the HTML to observe error rectification.


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