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Joshua Reynolds [Run crawler once manually] Changed to Title case
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 ===== Crawler Function===== ===== Crawler Function=====
-The latest LSCJoomla provides a crawler function at **Advanced ​-> Web interface to rebuild all LiteSpeed Cache**:+The latest LSCJoomla provides a crawler function at **Advanced > Web interface to rebuild all LiteSpeed Cache**:
  
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 ===== Prerequisite for Crawler ===== ===== Prerequisite for Crawler =====
-To run the above crawler, your ''​curl_exec''​ cannot be disabled in your ''​php.ini''​ settings. Also you will need to [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​configuration:​enabling_the_crawler|enable crawler feature on LSWS]] which is most likely disabled on shared hosting server by default.+To run the above crawler, your ''​curl_exec''​ cannot be disabled in your ''​php.ini''​ settings. Also you will need to [[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​configuration:​enabling_the_crawler|enable ​the crawler feature on LSWS]]which is most likely disabled on shared hosting server by default.
  
-If ''​curl_exec''​ was disabled from ''​php.ini'',​ you may see similar ​error like:+If ''​curl_exec''​ was disabled from ''​php.ini'',​ you may see an error similar to:
   Warning: curl_exec() has been disabled for security reasons in /​home/​joomla/​public_html/​plugins/​system/​lscache/​lscache.php on line 1564   Warning: curl_exec() has been disabled for security reasons in /​home/​joomla/​public_html/​plugins/​system/​lscache/​lscache.php on line 1564
  
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 ===== Run Crawler Once Manually ===== ===== Run Crawler Once Manually =====
-You can click ''​Web interface to rebuild all LiteSpeed Cache link'' ​to run the crawler manually. It will only run once until completion. ​+You can click the **Web interface to rebuild all LiteSpeed Cache** link to run the crawler manually. It will only run once until completion. ​
  
 ===== Run Crawler as Cron Job ===== ===== Run Crawler as Cron Job =====
  
-To setup crawler as a cron job, you can simply use wget to retrieve the cachelink URL (please replace the URL with your own value):  ​+To set up the crawler as a cron job, you can simply use wget to retrieve the cachelink URL (please replace the URL with your own value):  ​
   wget https://​yourdomain.com/​index.php?​option=com_lscache&​recache=5dcfad26ad657984064c731ee774a57f   wget https://​yourdomain.com/​index.php?​option=com_lscache&​recache=5dcfad26ad657984064c731ee774a57f
  
-For example, ​setup the above cron job daily to run at 0:00, in crontab -e user:+For example, ​set up the above cron job daily to run at 0:00, in ''​crontab -e user''​:
   0 0 * * * wget wget https://​yourdomain.com/​index.php?​option=com_lscache&​recache=5dcfad26ad657984064c731ee774a57  ​   0 0 * * * wget wget https://​yourdomain.com/​index.php?​option=com_lscache&​recache=5dcfad26ad657984064c731ee774a57  ​
  
 ===== How to Keep the Page Cached More Often ===== ===== How to Keep the Page Cached More Often =====
-The ''​Homepage Public Cache TTL (minutes)'' ​defines how long before the cache will be expired. The default ​settings for it is ''​2000''​ minutes, which is around 33 hours. ​+The **Homepage Public Cache TTL (minutes)** setting ​defines how long before the cache will be expired. The default ​setting ​is ''​2000''​ minutes, which is around 33 hours. ​
  
-To keep the page cached most of the time, you can either set a longer Time to Live (TTL) to make the cache stay longer, or run the crawler periodically before the TTL is up and the cache expires. ​ For example, for 2000 minutes ​TTL, running the crawler cron job daily will keep the pages cached all the time.+To keep the page cached most of the time, you can either set a longer Time to Live (TTL) to make the cache valid for a longer ​time, or run the crawler periodically before the TTL is up and the cache expires. ​ For example, for 2000 minute ​TTL, running the crawler cron job daily will keep the pages cached all the time.
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