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Add a Conversation that appears on a Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) page.

OpenWeb's AMP implementation wraps the Conversation with an AMP iframe. When a user taps on the Conversation, a new browser tab opens and displays the standard Conversation interface.




You can also add Popular in the Community. to an AMP page.

Use the following steps to add a Conversation:

  1. From your OpenWeb Admin Dashboard, copy your Spot ID from the URL.{SPOT_ID}/...

  1. In the <head> of your AMP page, add the .spot-im-amp-overflow class definition to the <script amp-custom> tag.
<style amp-custom>
    .spot-im-amp-overflow {
        background: white;
        font-size: 15px;
        padding: 15px 0;
        text-align: center;
        font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
        color: #307fe2;

  1. Add the following code in the location where the Conversation module should appear.
    sandbox="allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-top-navigation" 
    frameborder="0" src="">
    <amp-img placeholder height="815" layout="fill" src="//"></amp-img>
    <div overflow class="spot-im-amp-overflow" tabindex="0" role="button" aria-label="Read more">
        Load more...

  1. Replace SPOT_ID with your Spot ID.
  2. Replace POST_ID with an article identifier that is specific to the article page. The ideal POST_ID has the following characteristics:

    • Aligns with the URL slug (an-article-title) or article ID (14325)
    • Is less than 50 characters, ideally 15 characters
    • Uses a combination of letters, number, dashes (-), or hyphens (_)
    • Does not include special characters

Updated 2 months ago


Add a Conversation that appears on a Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) page.

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