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How to enable LiteSpeed Enterprise Edition?

+ All of our Shared Hosting packages come pre-installed with LiteSpeed Enterprise Edition (not the free version), so you won’t have to worry about paying a license fee to enjoy blazing-fast website performance. Furthermore, 1Byte’s hosting rental pricing is extremely competitive in the ASIAN market. Let’s invest smartly

Exactly which Web Server am I using?

+ There are a variety of ways to find out which Web Server your site is using. Let’s learn these ways with 1Byte

  • Method 1: Using terminal console
					#Using curl command to findout the Web Server info
curl -I <your-domain-name>
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Domain: is running on LiteSpeed Web Server
  • Method 2: Using Chrome or Firefox DevTools
    • Access to your website
    • Open DevTools by pressing Control+Shift+J or Command+Option+J (Mac)
    • Navigate to the Network tab.
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Right now the Network panel is empty. That's because DevTools only logs network activity while it's open and no network activity has occurred since you opened DevTools.
    • Reload the page. The Network panel logs all network activity in the Network LogNetwork tab.
    • Click on the first row, and observer the value of server parameter  in Response Header section
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As you can see, the value of server parameter is "LiteSpeed". This implies is running on LiteSpeed Web Server

How to enable LiteSpeed Cache plugin?

+ LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress is an all-in-one site acceleration plugin, featuring an exclusive server-level cache and a collection of optimization features

+ On cPanel, you can install the LiteSpeed Cache plugin completely by following these steps

  1. Login 1Byte account
  2. Go to Shared Hosting Management section in User Dashboard
  3. Click on the cPanel button in the domain name you want to install it on
  4. Input your credential to login cPanel Dashboard (if needed)
  5. Scroll down to Advanced section, you will see the LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager
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LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager located at Advanced section

6. Go inside LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager by clicking on it

7. Scroll down to LiteSpeed Cache Management, click on WordPress Cache

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WordPress Cache is the place to enable the LiteSpeed Cache plugin in your site

8. Select the domain name for which you wish to make changes (1) , and then select the setting you wish to implement (2)

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Enable and Disable selected: These buttons allow you to enable and disable LSCWP for the selected WordPress installations
Flag Selected & Unflag Selected: These buttons allow you to set or unset the flag field for the selected WordPress Installations.

9. You can verify the change by looking at the Status column’s information. Alternately, you can access your WordPress site’s administration panel. LiteSpeed Cache should now be enabled by default.

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LiteSpeed Cache plugin has been automatically enabled

10. Finally, tweak the features and options inside LiteSpeed Cache Dashboard.

Final Though

+ Each website has its own operating style, theme, and webserver. Each website has its own set of optimum settings. As a result, there is no one-setting-fits-all solution for optimizing all websites to the best level.
+ 1Byte recommended that you thoroughly study the LiteSpeed Cache plugin’s options and features. When to use it and when not, or what value setting will bring the most benefits? It will take some time to learn, but it will be worthwhile.