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!
If your site is image-heavy, or contains many other static files, browser caching can help speed it up.
Learn about three new optimization functions, designed to give your website an additional performance boost beyond caching.
LSCache for WordPress now has a Database Optimization section. Learn how to use it to speed up your site!
If you have situations where different public content is being generated based on user roles, Vary Group functionality is your most efficient caching option.