Hosting providers: learn how to use the CLI to autodiscover WP and autoenable LSCache.
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
We’ve enabled QUIC on our own website, and soon you’ll be able to enable QUIC on yours.
You have questions? We’ve got answers. This week we’re talking some more about our crawler functionality.
LSCache for WP now has a crawler! Find out why it has the potential to make your WordPress site even faster.
Learn to solve cache tag and vary cookie conflicts that may arise with multiple WordPress installations.
Your Magento stack’s complexity is halved when you switch from Nginx + Varnish to LiteSpeed Web Server + LiteMage. See how.
There are some situations where the addition of LSCache causes the WooCommerce shopping cart to be updated incorrectly. This is easily fixable
LiteSpeed Cache has built-in logic to handle everything WooCommerce determines to be cacheable, making a separate WooCommerce caching plugin unnecessary!
So you’ve installed LiteSpeed Cache, and your WordPress site is zipping along beautifully. But there is a problem: the cache is interfering with the cron, and your scheduled posts are being published late. Here’s how to solve that.