An HTML to AMP converter for Laravel based on amp-wp Wordpress plugin

0.4.1 2021-02-16 13:15 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2021-11-11 17:18:43 UTC


This package adds possibility to convert existing html content to amp-html. The package uses AMP Plugin for WordPress for content sanitizing and some helper functions from Wordpress for amp-wp plugin.

AMP is a fast-growing framework, but unfortunately, currently, there are no (or at least I can't find it) any working solutions, which can help to provide a valid html to amp-html code converter. According to ampproject/amp-wp#2315, @amproject is preparing to release a PHP-library independent from any CMS, but until that time using amp-wp plugin as a content sanitizer is an easiest solution, even if it has many Wordpress-related code. If you have any issue with package sanitizer, you can easily swap it with your own, just making changes in provided config.


  • PHP >= 7.2
  • Laravel >= 6.x

Update from versions < 0.4.x

You need to change repository url in your composer.json from to, this is a hard-forked version 1.4.4 of the ampproject/amp-wp package with updated dependencies.


Add to your composer.json repositories section link to amp-wp plugin:

"repositories": [
      "type": "vcs",
      "url": ""

when require package as usual:

composer require arrowsgm/amped-laravel


You can publish configuration with artisan command:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=amped-config

or just create amped.php file in the config directory and change required params only.

To convert existing content use provided Amped facade:

use Arrowsgm\Amped\Facades\Amped;
class PostController extends Controller
    public function show(Post $post)
        $amp_content = Amped::convert($post->content);

You can use Amped facade in the blade templates, alias already provided:

<div class="amp-content">{{ Amped::convert($post->content) }}</div>

Amped class also have inlineCss method to adding custom styles from css file:

{!! Amped::inlineCss('amp.css') !!}

and you can set base amp styles directory with amp_custom_css_path config param.

isDevParam method is useful for amp link building. It returns #development=1 string if laravel application debugging is on:

    href="{{ route('', $prev_post->slug) }}/amp{!! Amped::isDevParam() !!}"
    class="links links-prev">{{ $prev_post->name }}</a>

and you can easily navigate through the existing posts with in-browser AMP validation enabled.