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litespeed_wiki:cache:litemage:troubleshooting:served-from-cache [2016/05/06 13:47]
Michael Alegre created
litespeed_wiki:cache:litemage:troubleshooting:served-from-cache [2016/10/20 19:21] (current)
Jackson Zhang
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 Use your browser'​s developer tool to check the response header for the HTML file. This can usually be done by right clicking on the page and selecting some form of "​Inspect"​. Then click on the "​Network"​ tab in the inspector and reload the page. If you see "​X-LiteSpeed-Cache:​ hit,​litemage"​ in the response header for the HTML file(usually listed first), then the page is being served by LiteMage Cache. Use your browser'​s developer tool to check the response header for the HTML file. This can usually be done by right clicking on the page and selecting some form of "​Inspect"​. Then click on the "​Network"​ tab in the inspector and reload the page. If you see "​X-LiteSpeed-Cache:​ hit,​litemage"​ in the response header for the HTML file(usually listed first), then the page is being served by LiteMage Cache.
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 +Also if you see "​esi:​include"​ in html (Elements section in development tools), it means your server does not have LiteMage feature enabled hence ESI directives are not being processed.
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