I really, really, hate AMP pages.
They serve no useful purpose to me, and are often lacking functionality that I actually use. Also none-to-happy about the number of AMP sites that are hosted (sorry... cached) directly by Google.
Unfortunately, there still isn't a way to globally opt out of AMP for all sites (and Twitter have now taken to directing links to the AMP version automatically). Google's increasingly taking steps to try and force AMP down our throats too
This project started out as a single issue (MISC-25) to create some functionality to block AMP pages and redirect the browser to the proper full-fat page
As Google's insistence on AMP has developed, so has the breadth required for the scripts, so I broke the existing (3) issues out into this project for easier tracking in future
|FKAMP-1||New Feature||Major||Create functionality to block AMP pages||Closed||Done||2018-02-14 14:23:09|
|FKAMP-2||Bug||Major||Anti-Amp Script doesn't work on Google's AMP cache||Closed||Fixed||2019-05-10 22:52:49|
|FKAMP-3||Pull Request||Major||Recheck links after "more" button press||Closed||Merged||2019-05-21 16:30:00|
|FKAMP-4||Bug||Major||Redirect Away from Google News||Closed||Done||2019-06-09 12:49:47|
|FKAMP-5||Improvement||Major||See if we can find a way to handle AMP on Google News||Closed||Done||2019-06-11 17:40:06|
|FKAMP-6||Improvement||Major||Parse AMP CDN Urls to decide whether to redirect to HTTP or HTTPS||Closed||Done||2019-06-12 12:07:27|
|FKAMP-7||New Feature||Major||Remove AMP pages from browser history||Closed||Done||2019-06-12 12:12:45|
|FKAMP-8||Bug||Major||Scripts won't update from Github||Closed||Fixed||2019-06-13 16:10:06|