In this tutorial you will learn how to speed up your website using the WPsuperCache plugin!

Link to plugin:

LiteSpeed Cache Options to Accelerate WordPress platform

Key: You web hosting service must have LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise installed and the server has to be configured to have caching started up. In the event you’re the server administrative, take a look here In any other case request that your server admin configure the cache root for your server.

In the .htaccess file for your WordPress installation, add in the below: (this step is not nessessary for LiteSpeed cache wordpress plugin which can add the codes on its own)

CacheLookup public on

Instructions for OpenLiteSpeed

Our OLS integration is currently in beta. This integration makes use of OLS’s cache module. Please refer to the manual right here.

Install LiteSpeed cache plugin on your wordpress site as a way to allow for litespeed cache

The LiteSpeed cache plugin mandates that you’re not utilizing the plain permalinks option. You can alter this by going to WordPress your admin interface and afterwards ‘Settings => Permalinks‘. In most situations WordPress websites are set up to use day and name nevertheless, you can set them to any one of the options and save the changes

You now are in a position to install the LiteSpeed cache plugin. You can perform this by logging into your WordPress admin interface then heading to ‘Plugins‘ and clicking ‘Add New‘. On this page put in Litespeed in the search bar and you’ll see the LiteSpeed cache plugin occur “Install” and afterwards “Activate”

A way to test the plugin

The LiteSpeed Cache Plugin works by using LiteSpeed specific response headers.
Traversing to a webpage the first time should cause a
response header for the page.
Subsequent requests ought to have the X-LiteSpeed-Cache-Control:hit
response header till the page is updated, out of date, or cleared. Take a look at this page for more information.

View the screen shot here

Note that: Are you continuously obtaining X-LiteSpeed-Cache-Control:no-cache response headers ? Please make sure you have been logged out of the site.

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