How does Auto Redirect www/non-www work?

Auto Redirect www/non-www speeds up response time by caching redirect requests. Here’s how it works: The browser sends a request for to CDN. sends the request to your origin server. The origin server returns a response, indicating that the request was redirected to (the non-www domain). returns this … Read more

Does the LiteSpeed Cache crawler also crawl CDN?

Yes. The crawler included in the LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress plugin will populate the cache at the origin server (but only if it is a LiteSpeed server), and also the cache at the PoP closest to the origin server. Under the current CDN cache policy, pages are stored at a PoP for 24 hours … Read more

Can I purge the CDN’s cache?

Yes, however this should not be necessary under normal circumstances. The CDN cache is managed by the LiteSpeed Cache plugin for WordPress, and is sophisticated enough to know when content has changed and requires purging. That said, if you wish to purge the CDN cache manually, visit your Dashboard, and press the Purge All … Read more

What content does CDN cache?

By default, caches your site’s dynamically generated pages. This cache is controlled via the LiteSpeed Cache plugin for WordPress. can also cache your site’s static content. Be sure to set Static Cache to ON in your Dashboard‘s CDN Config area.

How does using CDN speed up my site? uses servers around the world to reduce the physical distance requests must travel. Additionally, can cache dynamic content at the CDN level, unlike other CDNs which must retrieve all dynamic requests from the origin server. CDN-level caching not only improves’s overall bandwidth speed, but it also minimizes the number of requests to … Read more