SEO always gets me in over my head. And of course, Google Search is not far behind. This weekend I discover AMP. Gargle, gargle, gargle! After a bit of searching, I discovered that AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages. What Google is doing is forcing publishers like Rotary websites that publish stories frequently, to use AMP because it loads faster not just on mobile smartphones but on all devices. It does this by putting your story on its servers so that the URL starts with https://www.google.ie/amp/(your own URL follows). So to find out if a ClubRunner CMS is using AMP HTML code I did a test on a story. (AMP Test - Google Search Console) This is the result: Tested on: Feb 15, 2021, at 10:34 AM Not an AMP page The URL is not an AMP page, nor does it link to an AMP page.LEARN ABOUT AMP VIEW AMP HTML These two options appeared below the result and I clicked on view amp HTML and then I took it and put it into a new ClubRunner story editor. And yes your entire page header, menu and all appears. After more research (Learn About AMP) I found the Google Search Console and did a test with this result: The reason I think verification failed is that you have to log in. Do I really want to do this? If you recommend it, wherein settings do I enter the data that can be verified? Will ClubRunner one day have to adjust for this system?