#244 – Amp errors reported by Google Search Console (See ticket 242)

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Tuesday, 03 August 2021 22:29 UTC
Andy K

I have more errors reported by Google Search Console. A couple of points:
(1) I corrected the issue with the photo I use in my AMP header having disappeared from my media library. I also verified that all other images in the four page(actually two pages and two posts) exist in my media library.
(2) I no longer have my photos hosted in Optimole's cloud.

Please see the attached screenshots. I would appreciate you taking a look at this.
Wednesday, 04 August 2021 06:21 UTC
Hi Andy,

Not sure what these have to do with the weeblrAMP plugin? You are showing me screenshots of Google suggesting you to use more optimized images. That's a good suggestion indeed but I'm not sure what an AMP plugin cannot do anything about that?

Best regards
Wednesday, 04 August 2021 13:43 UTC
Andy K
Sorry. I sent the wrong screenshots. Please see the ones I have just attached. Thank you.
Wednesday, 04 August 2021 14:09 UTC
Andy K
As soon as I finished typing the above response, I check my email and found a message from Google Search Console to the effect that one error correction was validated. Therefore, I went back to the list of amp errors and succeeded in initiating validation of every issue listed. I don't know what happened since nothing changed at my end, but it appears the Google thinks the issues were resolved. I guess this will remain a mystery, but "resolved" is good. Thanks.
Thursday, 05 August 2021 06:38 UTC

I don't know what happened since nothing changed at my end, but it appears the Google thinks the issues were resolved.

There was never an error. It's not that Google thinks the problem is solved. Instead most likely Google was the problem. You should not assume the Search console is right. It has a lot of issues (like on a weekly basis) which are tracked by the SEO community. If interested, you can follow https://www.seroundtable.com/, either through their RSS feed or on Twitter. They (Barry Schwartz essentially) are the place where you'll have short news about anything SEO, including all the Google glitches.

Best regards
Saturday, 07 August 2021 20:40 UTC
Andy K
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