How To install Litespeed Cache for WordPress

Litespeeds LScache for Wordpress outperforms every other Wordpress cache we have tested. Not only does it offer great performance increases but it is quite simple to use and lucky for you, we fully support it!

NOTE: - Litespeed Cache works only Litespeed web server and LSCache activated servers However our Shared Hosting comes with LScache so you have to don't worry about extra charges of it's free with us!

Steps to Install Litespeed Cache Plugin
Just Login in Your WordPress site's admin area example: - domain.in/wp-admin
and search for plugins and click on add new in search bar Type Litespeed cache
install it and activate that's it no  need to do any setting like other caching plugins







You don't want to cache pages where information is entered and sent, such as:

  • Login Pages
  • Pages such as shopping carts
  • Pages where you configure items

 

Check If Litespeed Wordpress Cache Is Active


In most browsers you can simply navigate to your site > Right Click and select Inspect Element > Choose Network > F5 to Refresh > Click on Headers > click on the first thing loaded in the menu to load headers. Now in headers, if the cache is working properly you will see X-Litespeed-Cache: Hit

It is a good idea to check this same way on pages / URL where you have caching disabled and make sure it is. Remember after making changes before testing to purge the cache. Also remember the cache is never active the first time you visit a page, it is after revisiting or refreshing that the cache becomes active.

As always if you have any issues or questions don't hesitate to contact our Royal Clouds support!

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