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NEW! Now with LiteSpeed CACHE!

We now support the LiteSpeed Cache WP plugin on our blazing fast LiteSpeed Servers!

LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress (LSCWP) communicates with your LiteSpeed Web Server and its built-in page cache (LSCache) to deliver superior performance to your WordPress site.

LSCache is a server-level cache, so it’s faster than PHP-level caches. 

A page cache allows the server to bypass PHP and database queries altogether. LSCache, in particular, because of its close relationship with the server, can remember things about the cache entries that other plugins cannot, and it can analyze dependencies. It can utilize tags to manage the smart purging of the cache, and it can use vary cookies to serve multiple versions of cached content based on things like mobile vs. desktop, geographic location, and currencies.

If all of that sounds complicated, no need to worry. LSCWP works right out of the box with default settings that are appropriate for most sites

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