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How to install and configure Cache for your WordPress site

With our built-in LS Cache technology you can optimize your WordPress website to cache your pages, which significantly  reduces your WordPress page load times. Our servers are configured with LiteSpeed web server technology so that your website will load much faster vs traditional web servers. LS Cache is a high-performance dynamic content acceleration feature built directly into the LiteSpeed Web server therefore reducing overhead and is more efficient than the usual PHP based caching plugins. 


LS Cache supports WordPress Multisite and is compatible with most popular plugins, including WooCommerce, bbPress, and Yoast SEO.


Here's how to install LiteSpeed Cache for your WordPress site:

  1. Login to your cPanel control panel and find "LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager" from the search bar. 
  2. Scroll to the bottom and click on "WordPress Cache".
  3.  This is where the magic happens, you can manage your LSCWP for your WordPress site individually or in a group. 
  4. Scan for WordPress installations if you do not see your installed WordPress sites already on the list. You can enable LS Cache under Actions or select all the installations and Select "Enable Selected". 

That's it! You will see a new plugin appear in your WordPress site installations, where you can modify and optimize your  Website settings further.  LS Cache settings documentation is available from here

What is the Flush all button?

This will clear the cache of all the WordPress websites utilizing LS Cache.

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