So you’ve downloaded the LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress plugin, installed it, and activated it. Now what? Let us show you.
August 31st, 2020
LiteSpeed Supports ECC SSL certificates, and ECC generation is now a feature in the user-end cPanel plugin.Read More
July 27th, 2020
Integrated support for bubblewrap by Flatpak will be added to forthcoming versions of LiteSpeed Web Server and OpenLiteSpeed.Read More
Another year has come to a close, and we thought we would take a look back and see just what we’ve accomplished with our WordPress Plugin.
WP shortcodes can now be turned into ESI blocks for private or time-sensitive content.
Managing multiple cache crawlers is simple with LSCache for WordPress. Learn how!
FOUC is caused when the browser loads a page’s content before it loads the styles defined for that content. Critical CSS can eliminate that.
Learn about LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress and the GDPR: LiteSpeed values your users’ privacy, and we want you to know that the use of our plugin should not have an effect on your ability to comply with the GDPR.
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.
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.