How to add LiteSpeed cache for Wordpress Website in cPanel?

First of all, we need to know about Browser Caching. Whenever user accesses any page of the website, a few contents of that page stored in the cache. Now, when users access this page again from the same system, your browser page content will be delivered from the browser cache without a new HTTP request to web-server. There are few plugins for WordPress which can make your website faster.

Litespeed cache will be available only if you have a LiteSpeed Web server. Installing Wordpress Litespeed Cache will ensure high page speed for your website. You can enable Litespeed from whm directly. Please refer to the below steps to enable Litespeed cache plugin in WHM.

  1. Login to WHM. Generally, WHM URL is https://IPAddress:2087

  2. Go to Plugin.





  1. Click on Litespeed Web Server.



  2. If you want to enable the Litespeed cache for all Wordpress installation, please click on Mass Enable/Disable Cache.



  3. Now, click on Manage Cache Installations. Once you click on that, it will allow you to scan Wordpress installation.

Once you install Lite Speed Cache for all the Wordpress Website performance of the website will be increased drastically.

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