Implementing AMP Forms from Start to Finish with amp-form [Examples]

The introduction of the amp-form component to AMP suspended the need to use hacks and expanded its functionality allowing for a much more flexible experience. Lead capture, commenting, search capability, and other site features common to most web pages suddenly became much more achievable with AMP HTML.

As with the rest of the AMP project, the amp-form documentation seems pretty straightforward, as it’s pretty close to standard HTML. The AMP team has even built out AMP By Example, a site with different example code snippets and demos. Continue reading

Accelerated Mobile Pages (Google AMP) Hack to Add Lead Capture Forms

how to hack amp for lead generation and fast mobile sites

Update 5/15/2017: Refer to my new post about how to implement forms in AMP.

I’ve been working a lot with Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project as of late. The platform has a lot of restriction and doesn’t permit things such as third-party JavaScript and html form tags (so, lead-capture forms aren’t supposed to be possible within the AMP framework), but there is a weird workaround…
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