There seems to be a bug. Once you entry the Google AMP cache model of a web page by Google Search, click on on the hyperlink to entry the primary URL. won’t work. We have now tried ourselves in Chrome and Safari on an iPhone and clicking on the hyperlink doesn’t let you rapidly entry the URL of the cache apart from Google AMP.
This appears to be a bug and Google hopes to repair it rapidly.
What's happening? Open your cell machine, launch Chrome and seek for [Google update]. From there, attempt clicking on our story or every other story akin to an AMP URL from the search. Then, from there, attempt clicking on the hyperlink icon on the high proper of Chrome. Once you click on on the icon, the display turns grey and does nothing.
What does it appear like? Right here's what it seems to be like as an animated GIF once I faucet on the hyperlink icon on the high proper:
When did this bug happen -It begins? It looks like it was reported round midnight this morning:
Nicely, this drawback (bug?) Goes to trigger a storm …
Google @AMPhtml doesn’t permit individuals to click on web site totally? You can’t see, however I click on on the hyperlink situated on the high proper
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Google is conscious. Google's Danny Sullivan is conscious of the issue and mentioned the bug was "transmitted and examined". So plainly Google is attempting to unravel this drawback.
Why we care about ourselves This bug could trigger you to note much less visitors out of your AMP URLs to your foremost website. So, preserve that in thoughts as you assessment your analyzes and measurements for June 11th.
Concerning the Creator
Barry Schwartz is the editor of Information for Land Search Engine and is the proprietor of RustyBrick, an internet consulting agency primarily based in New York. He additionally directs Search Engine Roundtable, a well-liked analysis weblog on SEM subjects.