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LiteSpeed Cache Adjustments to Speed Up WordPress blogs
Required: You site hosting must have LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise mounted and the server needs to be set up to have caching enabled. In cases where you’re the server admin, check this https://www.litespeedtech.com/support/wiki/doku.php/litespeed_wiki:cache:common_installation#web_server_configuration. Otherwise request that your server administrator setup the cache root for your host.
In the .htaccess file for your WordPress installation, include the following: (this step isn’t nessessary for LiteSpeed cache wordpress plugin which will add the codes on it’s own)
CacheLookup public on
Instructions for OpenLiteSpeed
Our OLS integration currently is in beta. This integration engages OLS’s cache module. Please make sure to refer to the instructions here. http://open.litespeedtech.com/mediawiki/index.php/Help:How_To_Set_Up_LSCache_For_WordPress
Install LiteSpeed cache plugin on your wordpress site for you to make it possible for litespeed cache
The LiteSpeed cache plugin makes it necessary that you’re not using the plain permalinks option. You may change this by visiting WordPress your administrator interface and next ‘Settings => Permalinks‘. In most cases WordPress websites are setup to employ day and name nonetheless, you can set them to either of the options and save the changes
You are now in a position to install the LiteSpeed cache plugin. You are able to do this by logging into your WordPress administrator screen then going to ‘Plugins‘ and clicking ‘Add New‘. On this web page type Litespeed in the search bar and you’ll see the LiteSpeed cache plugin arise “Install” and next “Activate”
Ways to test the plug-in
The LiteSpeed Cache Plugin utilizes LiteSpeed specific response headers.
Going to a webpage the first time should lead to a
response header for the webpage.
Following requests ought to get the X-LiteSpeed-Cache-Control:hit
response header until the page is updated, expired, or cleared. Please go to this page for more info.
Access the screenshot below
Be aware: Are you continuously obtaining X-LiteSpeed-Cache-Control:no-cache response headers ? Please ensure that you’ve been logged out of your website.