Learn the pros and cons of each type of caching and determine what is right for your site.
LiteSpeed QUIC and HTTP/3 Library v4.0March 8th, 2023
LiteSpeed’s QUIC and HTTP/3 library gets its first major feature enhancement release after a stable and performant 2-year run: lsquic v4.0.Read More
Customized Cache Tags With LSCWP APIMarch 6th, 2023
Use customized cache tags with LSCWP API to group WordPress pages in your own way and purge together with a unique custom triggering event.Read More
WordPress Cloud Image FAQFebruary 6th, 2023
This OpenLiteSpeed and WordPress Cloud Image FAQ answers all of the common questions surrounding one-click images.Read More
Our WHM plugin’s CLI script makes short work of some of your WordPress plugin management tasks.
In the inaugural issue of Magento Monday, we talk about the Magento 1.x form_key, how CDNs get it wrong, and how LiteMage gets it right.
Have you ever wished that your site’s images didn’t take so long to transfer? Well, here is something you can do about it!
Lazy Loading is a way of minimizing the impact of images on page load time. Here’s how to set it up in LSCache.
Today we’re going to talk about microcaching and why you can do better for your WordPress blog.
A quick guide for setting up LSCache for WordPress and Cloudflare to work together.
Is your plugin compatible with LSCWP? Find out! And if it’s not, use our API to make it so.
You’ve always been able to use LSCWP and a CDN alongside each other, but now you can do it with no additional plugin required!