Official AMP Plugin does not display images
I was hoping someone viewing this forum might help me out. I ran the Official AMP Plugin and was quite happy with the way it performed. I edit with BoldGrid. But for many months, when I went to my dashboard I saw under Site Health screen that persistent object catching was not enabled and that I should enable it on my site for performance and security. So I installed the Redis Object Cache plugin. As soon as I activated that plugin, I got an AMP warning that some limit had been exceeded and all images disappeared from my 450+ webpages. The warning gave me the option to view the page without AMP. When I clicked that option, the images all became visible. I contacted the authors of the Redis Object Cache and they told me that it was an AMP problem – not a problem with their plugin. I removed their plugin but the problem persisted. I then disabled the Official AMP plugin and installed the AMP for WP–Accelerated Mobile Pages plugin. Using that plugin, all my images are again visible. However in the edit format, that plugin displays all my pages in a default font, not my theme font.
I would very much like to have the Official AMP plugin back. None of the IT support folks at my hosting company could figure this problem out.
When I reinstall the Official AMP plugin, I see a message:
IT support at Inmotion suggested that I express the problem this way:
My AMP Plugin version is 2.0.8. My WordPress Core version - 5.6, The issue is : Images are not displaying when AMP plugin is activated. When using an alternate plugin (Accelerated Mobile Pages), the images in my dashboard preview (while logged into WordPress) display accurately. When using the AMP plugin, the images do not display on the site in the preview or the live site (even after cache clear). Are there any adjustments, php modules, or settings that need to be set up in order for this plugin to function properly on WordPress 5.6?
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Thank you for your question regarding the AMP plugin. Unfortunately, it is unclear what may be causing this issue. It may be due to a mismatch in PHP versions, so you may want to see if your site can be upgraded to the latest version of PHP. Alternatively, you may need to reinstall the plugin to correct the issue. It is also possible that the theme you are using is not compatible with the AMP plugin, so if possible you may want to try setting your site to a different theme to see if that resolves the issue.