Support » Plugin: LiteSpeed Cache » How to delete all data placeholders after deleting Litespeed plugin

  • Resolved Vu Tru So

    (@vutruso)


    How to delete all data placeholders after deleting Litespeed plugin?

    After deactived Litespeed plugin. a lot of images on my website can’t display the correct image.

    https://imgur.com/FNoo4qc

    I have tried many ways,

    – Restart VPS
    – Using ssh

    curl -isX PURGE https://skateadvisors.com/index.php
    rm -rf /usr/local/lsws/cachedata/*
    rm -rf /home/skateadvisors.com/lscache/*
    rm -rf /home/skateadvisors.com/public_html/wp-content/litespeed/*
    redis-cli FLUSHALL

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    I don’t think that is created by LSCWP once you have uninstall it

    if page was still served by cache , you will see x-litespeed-cache header, which it doesn’t have it

    and the HTML source code will contain LiteSpeed comment , which it doesn’t have it either

    you can directly check in database for that post , to see what is its content , and it looks you have another cache plugin , please look into that as well

    as last resort you can just simply disable all plugins , see how it goes

    Thread Starter Vu Tru So

    (@vutruso)

    Humh, If I reinstall Litespeed cache plugin and turn on Lazy Load problem solved.

    I’m sure this problem is related to Litespeed cache.

    I uninstall Litespeed and even though I don’t use any other cache plugin, I still have the above problem

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    turn on Lazy Load problem solved

    what happens if you install LSCWP, and turn it OFF , does image load by then ?

    and what do you see in /wp-content/litespeed/lqip ?

    were you using some kind of visual page builder before you uninstall LSCWP ?

    Thread Starter Vu Tru So

    (@vutruso)

    I using Thrive Architect builder,

    I install LSCWP and turn on LQIP

    Thread Starter Vu Tru So

    (@vutruso)

    /wp-content/litespeed/lqip

    https://prnt.sc/1rczr8h

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    yeah , I think I got a hint what has happened

    when you used Thrive page builder to build the page with cache plugin enabled , it will save the after-optimized HTML source code into the database, instead of save before-optimized HTML source code

    so please try re-edit that page again , as of remove that image and re-insert the image with cache plugin OFF

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