This week we are going to talk about brute force login attacks, and how LiteSpeed Web Server now protects your WordPress site(s) from such aggression.
As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d take a moment to look back on our most memorable accomplishments of 2017.
Learn the pros and cons of each type of caching and determine what is right for your site.
Our WHM plugin’s CLI script makes short work of some of your WordPress plugin management tasks.
This guide will walk you through the installation of three free and open source pieces of software: OpenLiteSpeed, WordPress, and LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress
So you’ve downloaded the LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress plugin, installed it, and activated it. Now what? Let us show you.
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.