RemoveAMP: V1.4.1

Code: View 1.4.1 on Github / Public Repos

Project Info

RemoveAMP is a userscript for Greasemonkey/Tampermonkey designed to pull in a short snippet of javascript that will attempt to detect Accelerated Mobile Pages when they load, and navigate away from them to the fully functional canonical URLs. If the publisher hasn't specified the canonical, a DuckDuckGo search link will be injected into the page to help you find it.

See the Project README and MISC-25 for more information on why I consider this desirable

Release Notes

Version 1.4.1 introduces a new user-script - greasemonkey_hook_googlesearch.user.js to remove the AMPification of Google's search results page.

The new script was introduced because Google doesn't always use an address change in order to serve AMP content, and instead rewrites page and address bar with javascript

This release also abandons the changes tested in v1.4.1a

Relevant Issues

  • MISC-29 - Anti-Amp Script doesn't work on Google's AMP cache
  • Github #2 - Not Working with Google Search Results