Our requirement is, we want all users accessing our website via mobile devices, to visit our AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) pages instead of the regular pages. We have installed AMP on our website, months ago. For example:
Regular web page: https://www.abc.com/best-google-analytics-alternative/
AMP page: https://www.abc.com/best-google-analytics-alternative/amp/
Note the difference in URL here. For AMP pages, the URL ends with /amp/
The reason we created AMP pages, because they load super fast.
AMP is installed on all wordpress posts. But we couldn't installed it on our wordpress pages.
So our second requirement is, to install AMP on wordpress pages.
This article may help: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37103814/how-does-the-server-know-when-to-serve-an-amp-page
We are aware of the fact that Google decide when to serve AMP pages to mobile users. But we don't want to rely on Google for that. We would like to serve AMP pages to all those users who visit our website via mobile devices.
We are looking for a developer who can work in US/UK timezone, reply to emails fast and is available on skype.