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Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

If you are new to AMP HTML, our technical introduction is a great place to get started and provides an overview of the project and how AMP HTML works. Ready to build an AMP file? This tutorial will teach you how to create a basic AMP HTML page, stage it, test it, and get it ready for publication.

Source: https://www.ampproject.org via #ifttt

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