LiteSpeed Cache v6.0 for WordPress is here, and we’ve got a bunch of behind-the-scenes improvements, a few bug fixes, and some nifty new features.
A look at three LSCWP API cache hooks which control the cacheability of a page for your plugin or other functions.
Serving static content from a subdomain can provide multiple benefits, including better website performance and optimization.
Use customized cache tags with LSCWP API to group WordPress pages in your own way and purge together with a unique custom triggering event.
This OpenLiteSpeed and WordPress Cloud Image FAQ answers all of the common questions surrounding one-click images.
Introducing LSCache Presets for WordPress: the easiest way to optimize your WordPress site using the Litespeed Cache plugin. Litespeed Cache Presets are a pre-tuned set of …
Get started with our WordPress CDN simply and easily by using the LiteSpeed Cache plugin’s Automatic QUIC.cloud Setup.
Introducing LiteSpeed Cache’s new Viewport Images service, provided by QUIC.cloud. Automatically exclude above the fold images from Lazy Load.
Our friends at Hostinger are here to share how the LiteSpeed Cache Package boosts WordPress performance on their hosting infrastructure.