LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress

LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress (LSCWP) is a PHP-based plugin that provides page caching and other site optimization features, which deliver superior performance to your WordPress site.

Because LSCache (LiteSpeed's cache module) is built directly into the server, overhead is significantly reduced and caching can be done more efficiently than with other PHP-based caches.

This wiki will guide you through the all steps needed to install and set up LSCWP.

If you are a System Administrator for a shared hosting server and are currently using WHM/cPanel, you may find the LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress management section within the LiteSpeed WHM plugin to be a big time saver. It allows you to enable cache for all of your WordPress installations with one-click.

Requirements

Many of the optimization features in our WordPress plugin may be used by anyone, using any web server (LiteSpeed, Apache, NGiNX, etc).

The caching features, however, require OpenLiteSpeed, commercial LiteSpeed products such as LiteSpeed Web Server, or LiteSpeed-powered hosting.

Getting Started

LSCWP InstallationInstalling & enabling the LSCache plugin for WordPress

Overwhelmed?

If you're not a cache genius, and you don't know where to start after installing and enabling the plugin, check this out.

Beginner's GuideWe know there are a lot of settings. Here's a guide to easy setup.
Premium SupportNeed assistance with your configuration? We can help!

On The LiteSpeed Cache Menu

From your WordPress Dashboard, when you click LiteSpeed Cache, these are the options that appear below it in the menu.

ManageManaging the cache and other optimization functions
SettingsAll of the LSCWP Settings and what they mean
Edit .htaccessAdvanced users may edit their configuration file directly
Image OptimizationHow to use Image Optimization
CrawlerUsing the crawler once its been configured
ReportGenerating and sharing your LSCWP Environment Report
Import/ExportMigrate your LSCWP configuration settings
Debug LogGetting an error? Check the debug log

More Information

FAQFrequently Asked Questions
LSCWP Error CodesExplanations of all of the error codes generated by LSCWP
Known Compatible PluginsA list of 3rd party plugins known to work with LSCWP
Testing for CompatibilityHow to determine whether a 3rd party plugin will work with LSCWP
CrawlerInstructions for enabling the LSCWP crawler
Translating LSCWPContribute a translation in your favorite language
WordPress Wednesday on our blogGo in-depth with LSCWP concepts
Caching 101 on our blogLearn the basics of caching WordPress with LiteSpeed

Troubleshooting

General Troubleshooting Guide

LSCWP General Troubleshooting GuideGeneral Troubleshooting Guide For LSCWP

Basic/Common Errors

LiteSpeed Cache is Disabled WarningWhy you might see this warning and how to fix it
Browser Displays Stale ContentPossible browser-cache conflict
YITH WooCommerce Wishlist CachingHow to exclude incompatible cookie-based plugins from cache
Image Optimize ErrorHow to fix errors of image optimization
Site Displays Badly after CSS/JS OptimizationA detailed example for how to find and exclude problematic CSS/JS
Still Seeing FOUC with Critical CSS EnabledFixing continued Unstyled Content after CCSS is generated
More CSS/JS OptimizationAnother example for how to fix a CSS/JS optimize issue
Caching Pages that Depend on PHP SessionWhy you can't vary on PHP Session and what to do
Pages are Purging More Frequently than TTLSometimes your settings inadvertantly purge too often

In the case that you need professional handling/troubleshooting of your problem, LiteSpeed Technologies offers a WordPress Cache(LSCWP) Support Service, provided by our experienced System Engineers and LSWCP Developers, to help our clients to optimize their settings or to troubleshoot conflicts.

Advanced Topics

Customizing LSCWPInstructions for customizing LSCWP for your site's special cases
Admin IP CommandsAccess certain admin functions via query string
Common Rewrite RulesExamples of Rewrite Rules commonly used by LSCache
Understanding CookiesLearn about the relationship between cookies and cache varies
Using Memcached or RedisHow to use an object cache alongside LSCache for WordPress
The LSCWP APIFor developers: use our API to interact with LSCWP
WHM LSCWP Management Managing WP and LSCWP through our cPanel WHM plugin
LSCWP WP CLICommands for use with the WordPress Command Line Interface
How to drop your query string for cache?Configure LiteSpeed Web Server to drop junk query strings
Run Wp-Cron with no TimeoutRun Wp-cron php process with no timeout
Bypass CDN and OptimizeHow to bypass CDN and Optimize functions
Scheduled Posts Not PublishingScheduled Posts Not Publishing On Time
Crawler Sitemap FileCrawler Fails to Generate Sitemap File
Cookie Cache VaryHow to Configure Cookie Cache Vary

Plugin Feedback and Support

We enthusiastically support our plugin. If you have a general question, please visit the WordPress Plugin Support Forum. If your question requires more in-depth investigation, We offer a WordPress Cache(LSCWP) Support Service provided by our experienced System Engineers and LSWCP Developers, to help you to optimize your settings or to troubleshoot conflicts.

We frequently publish in-depth articles explaining the features of LSCWP and how to use them. If this interests you, be sure to take a look at WordPress Wednesday on our blog.

We appreciate your feedback, and invite you to review LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress, if you've found it to be beneficial to your site.

 
litespeed_wiki/cache/lscwp.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/13 17:00 by Lisa Clarke