Starting today, Twitter is now sending visitors to AMP pages instead of normal pages. Is there any way I can stop it?
It may be possible to avoid sending visitors to AMP version for all Twitter users, by tweaking .htaccess code.
Better not to make any changes in .htacess.
Instead use a redirection plugin Redirect http://yourdomain.com/amp to http://yourdomain.com
If I have 1000 posts, will be possible to use Redirection plugin one by one? I think that would be tough. Moreover, doing so will reflect globally including for Google SERPs.
So sorry for the broken link
It’s okay. Here the question is only about Twitter. [quote=“Mayank, post:1, topic:31288”]
Is there any way I can stop it?
Today I check my Twitter account, click the link to my website and loads normal page.
You maybe not using AMP
I use AMP