LiteSpeed Cache For WordPress

Please Note: This wiki is valid for v2.9.x and below of the LiteSpeed Cache Plugin for WordPress. If you are using v3.0 or above, please see the new documentation.

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.

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, LiteSpeed-powered hosting, or the new CDN, currently in beta testing.

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 Guide: We know there are a lot of settings. Here's a guide to easy setup.
  • Premium Support: Need assistance with your configuration? We can help!

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

  • Manage: Managing the cache and other optimization functions
  • Settings: All of the LSCWP Settings and what they mean
  • Edit .htaccess: Advanced users may edit their configuration file directly
  • Image Optimization: How to use Image Optimization
  • Crawler: Using the crawler once its been configured
  • Report: Generating and sharing your LSCWP Environment Report
  • Import/Export: Migrate your LSCWP configuration settings
  • Debug Log: Getting an error? Check the debug log

General Troubleshooting Guide

Basic/Common Errors

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.

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.

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  • Last modified: 2020/09/14 13:12
  • by Lisa Clarke