Google has done a new change to AMP stating that will make it most easier for those implementing AMP to troubleshoot errors and issues when validating a pages. Google is now showing AMP errors formed on how vicious they are.
Critical errors – a ones that will means AMP to not arrangement in a hunt formula – will uncover that in a report. And errors that are not vicious adequate to forestall them from display in a hunt formula are shown as “non-critical” errors.
Here is what it looks like:
Google does still suggest we repair those non-critical errors though. It wouldn’t be surprising for Google to change a criteria for what is vicious and what is non-critical in a future.
But display them differently creates it easier for those troubleshooting AMP and it enables webmasters to prioritize a errors they should repair initial when implementing.
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