Use LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager in cPanel


    Instructions for using LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager feature in cPanel of WordPress Hosting
    Yesterday, July 2, 2019, we enabled LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager on the entire WordPress Hosting service . So, from this point on, you can take full control of LSCache on your website when combining it with the LiteSpeed ​​Cache plugin . If you do not know, LSCache is a high-end caching solution for LiteSpeed ​​web server, which helps to increase the load speed and load capacity of the website. Take a few minutes to join WP Basically find out how this feature works.

    LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager in cPanel

    To use this feature, you first need to log into cPanel, find the LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager entry
    Click on it, you will see its interface looks like the image below:
    LiteSpeed ​​Web Cache Manager does not have too many features, including:

    1. Flush LSCache : click the All Flush button to delete all LSCache on the host. If you want to delete LSCache for each specific site, please use the LiteSpeed ​​Cache plugin installed on the site. List of available LiteSpeed ​​platforms with support plugins, you can see here .

    2. LiteSpeed ​​Cache Management : allows you to turn on / off LSCache for each website on the host. In the short term, it only supports WordPress platform . Click the Scan button so that the system finds all WordPress websites installed on the host.
    The result will look something like this:

    • Click the Disable /  Enable button to disable / enable LSCache for the corresponding website. By default, all host packages we provide will be available with LSCache available.
    • Click the Flag / Unflag button to flag / un-flag the corresponding website. Flagging helps you prevent the system from automatically installing LiteSpeed ​​Cache plugin on WordPress website on the host (in case you want to use another cache creation plugin). However, we do not recommend doing this, because on LiteSpeed ​​host, no plugin can bring better performance for your WordPress website besides LiteSpeed ​​Cache.

    3. The two Settings and Advanced items you do not need to care about, but it is best not to touch them because they are not needed for the end user.

    Hopefully with this small feature, you will have a better experience in managing LSCache cache for your WordPress websites.

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