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#6774 – wbAMP + Theme

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Friday, 06 April 2018 15:14 UTC
I am interested in buying the wbAMP + Theme Package but will like to see a preview of the included wbAMP template.

I ask this because I have tested the community edition and I am pretty sure many will agree that the look is not very encouraging. ;)

As such, I will like to know how the Taylor theme included in the 69$ package looks like before making the purchase.

Please treat this a humble request.
Friday, 06 April 2018 16:23 UTC

The Taylor theme does not change the look of the AMP pages. It has exactly the same look as the standard versions (Community or standard edition). What it brings to the table is the ability to change colors, fonts, dimensions and other elements without having to fiddle with CSS. Have a look at this page of the documentation to see which elements you can change without touching CSS.

am pretty sure many will agree that the look is not very encouraging
That's sort of made on purpose. That's also the reason why there are few, if any, AMP themes.

You cannot use a theme on AMP pages. Your AMP pages should look the same, or nearly identical, as your standard HTML site. In other words, the default look is "OK" if you do not want to spend soo much time on your AMP project. But if you're serious about it, and want to get the most conversions, you need to dedicate time and use the same colors, logo, fonts, titles, etc on your home page as the one you have on your site.

That's why there is no point in making AMP themes, they would be all wrong. The only good solution would be that your template maker also makes an AMP-compatible version of your template. I'm not aware of any doing that at the moment, which is why you really have to customize the wbAMP output.

Best regards
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