It’s our WordPress Wednesday-iversary: One year of tips, tutorials, and in-depth content! Today we share a few of our most useful past articles.
Serving Static Content Through a SubdomainMay 8th, 2023
Serving static content from a subdomain can provide multiple benefits, including better website performance and optimization.Read More
OpenLiteSpeed + MetabaseApril 25th, 2023
Use OpenLiteSpeed and Metabase business intelligence software together, with OLS set up as a reverse proxy.Read More
WebAdmin Security TipsApril 11th, 2023
Here are five LiteSpeed WebAdmin security tips to protect your WebAdmin Console and give yourself more peace of mind.Read More
Learn which query strings you can ignore, and how to configure LSCache to drop them.
When using LSCache, you don’t have to worry about your cache storage maintenance. LiteSpeed Web Server does all of this for you in a light and efficient way.
LSCWP can be configured to work with almost any content delivery network. This is how to set up CloudFront.
What works for small-to-medium sized stores may not work for stores with thousands of products.
Beginning in July 2018, any sites still using HTTP will be marked as “not secure” in Chrome. LiteSpeed Web Server supports HTTP/2 and QUIC, so you’re covered.
We automatically purge everything from the cache when certain WP hooks are run. Now you can add or remove hooks from that list.
LiteSpeed Web Server is event-driven and Apache is process-based. A coffee shop analogy explains what that means and why you would prefer one over the other.
We’ve put our new LiteSpeed Cache module for Drupal 8 to the test, comparing its performance to that of Apache with Varnish (Cachewall), and Apache with System Cache.