Support » Plugin: LiteSpeed Cache » Integration with Stackpath CDN API

  • Hello,

    I’m currently using Stackpath’s “URL Caching” feature to cache entire pages of my site to their CDN. But Stackpath doesn’t offer an integration plugin for WordPress to handle URL cached pages. If I publish a new post on my site, it doesn’t appear on the homepage because Stackpath couldn’t automatically purge the homepage cache without an integration script/plugin in WordPress.

    Since I’m running my WordPress installation on the Litespeed web server, I’m also using this amazing caching plugin to handle all performance optimizations on the site. So I was wondering if the LSCache devs can help me in this situation? Stackpath offers API to purge cache on its CDN. Can your plugin take advantage of the CDN’s API to automatically purge the cache when a post is published or updated on the site?

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by Shivy23.
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  • Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    Hi,

    You may not need another page cache since you are already using LiteSpeed cache for page caching.

    We have a “more widely CDN support” in the to-do list 🙂 thanks for your feedback and suggestion.

    Best regards,

    Thread Starter Shivy23

    (@shivy23)

    LSCache stores cached pages on my origin server. With Stackpath “URL caching” I can store cached pages on the CDN directly. Two very different things.

    Anyway, looking forward to advanced CDN features in LSCache.

    Thanks for replying back.

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