AMP Project is an open-source initiative by Google , Facebook and WordPress member’s to improve the performance of web content and advertisements. Accelerated Mobile Pages improve the Website speed by more than 60%.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages project run by Google and includes several other large search engine, social and web publishing platforms around the world.
In Some cases google use it’s own CDN to load Accelerated Mobile Pages , if a normal website post open in 15 sec , then AMP pages can load the same content in 2 to 5 sec only 🙂 .
Follow these Step’s to Install AMP in your WordPress WebSite :-
Login to Your WordPress Dash board .
Click on Plugin Button ( Can be seen on left hand side of your Screen) .
Click on add new plugin button .
Search for AMP in search box .
Install Plugin by Automattic
If you want to change the branding from WordPress to your Website or to Your parent site then you can change it easily by clicking on Plugin > Editor > Select AMP Plugin > See on right and side and click on templates > footer.php > and see on line number 5 and edit as you wish 🙂
To verify your Accelerated Mobile Pages , just open your post and add /amp/ at last of your URL. While publishing your Web Site on Google don’t forget to your Accelerated Mobile Pages 🙂 .
If you want to Improve your SEO for your AMP Page’s then use Yoast Glue AMP plugin , this will copy your code’s from your regular post to Accelerated Mobile Pages , So now you don’t need to work on SEO and don’t need to work on coding.
You can easily use your affiliates or Google Adsense with Accelerated Mobile Pages , even ads will load faster then your regular pages 😉
To get more information regarding Accelerated Mobile Pages visit there official website and learn do to modify your AMP page’s . Official AMP Website
Learn how to install WordPress on cloud (AWS) know more
AWS is one of the best cloud computing platforms for individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis , they also provide a free-tier option available for 12 months. Which Means you Can Host your WebSite for free till 1 year 🙂 .
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Follow the following Step’s to Create Amazon Web Services account :-
Go to https://aws.amazon.com on your browser . click here
Click on Create A Free Account. button
Now Fill all the required details such as Email , Password and Your AWS account name.
In Second Page you need to fill your Personal Details , such as Company Name , Phone number and Address .
In Next Section Enter Your Debit Card or Credit Card Information . (Note: i use virtual cards )
In this Section you will be asked to enter Captcha and you will receive call from AWS (Number Starting From +1 877……..) . Now Enter 4 Digit Pin Shown in your Window .
After this confirmation you will be auto direct to new page asking you to chose a plan , if you want free hosting and you don’t need technical help then go for free plan .
woo ! 🙂 your account is created now you need to wait for around 48 hours , your account will be manually approved 🙂 .
After verification you will receive email to confirm that your account was created, now you can sign in to your new account using the email address and password that you entered.
Account activation can sometimes be delayed. Here are some things to double-check:
Make sure that your phone is verified.
Check your payment method.
Contact AWS Support.
if your account is still not active then try contacting on support form through call, chat or email .
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Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. The best known example application is for remote login to computer systems by users.
SSH provides a secure channel over an unsecured network in a client-server architecture, connecting an SSH client application with an SSH server. Common applications include remote command-line login and remote command execution, but any network service can be secured with SSH. The protocol specification distinguishes between two major versions, referred to as SSH-1 and SSH-2.
Connecting to the server
Mac OS User’s have already SSH terminal by default.
Windows based Systems do not come with an SSH client by default.
If your Host provider provides PassWord for the login then you don’t need to do much 🙂
if your host provides key’s like .pem or in other format then you need to convert in .ppk format to access your server using putty. (Only Window’s User need to convert there files )
Converting your key to .ppk format using putty gen
Start PuTTYgen .
Choose Load. By default, PuTTYgen displays files with the extension .ppk. locate your .pem file by selecting the option to display files of all types.
Select your .pem file for the key pair that you specified when you launched your instance, and then choose Open. Choose OK to dismiss the confirmation dialog box.
Choose Save private key Option and Save your File . PuTTYgen will display a warning about saving the key without a passphrase. Click on Yes.
Now save your File 🙂 .
Starting a PuTTY Session
To start a PuTTY session
In the Category pane, choose Session and complete the following fields:
In the Host Name box, enter user_name@public_dns_name or user_name@elastic-ip
you can choose a username from below list if you are confused 🙂 .
For an Amazon Linux AMI, the user name is ec2-user.
For a RHEL AMI, the user name is ec2-user or root.
For an Ubuntu AMI, the user name is ubuntu or root.
For a Centos AMI, the user name is centos.
For a Fedora AMI, the user name is ec2-user.
For SUSE, the user name is ec2-user or root.
Otherwise, if ec2-user and root don’t work, check with the AMI provider.
Under Connection type, select SSH.
Ensure that Port is 22.
In the Category pane, expand Connection, expand SSH, and then choose Auth. Complete the following:
Select the .ppk file that you generated for your key pair, and then choose Open.
Choose Session in the Category tree, enter a name for the session in Saved Sessions, and then choose Save.
Choose Open to start the PuTTY session.
If this is the first time you have connected to this instance, PuTTY displays a security alert dialog box that asks whether you trust the host you are connecting to.
(Optional) Verify that the fingerprint in the security alert dialog box matches the fingerprint that you previously obtained in step 1. If these fingerprints don’t match, someone might be attempting a “man-in-the-middle” attack. If they match, continue to the next step.
Choose Yes. A window opens and you are connected to your instance.