Support » Plugin: LiteSpeed Cache » Known Supported Plugins

  • ResolvedPlugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Hi Everyone,

    This is a list of known popular plugins that we have checked so far for compatibility. As there are a lot of plugins out there, this will only include the plugins that may have a problem with a cache.

    If you are looking for compatibility with a certain plugin, please comment below, and we will look into it as well!

    Known Supported Plugins:

    • bbPress – New forums/topics/replies will purge the relevant parent pages.
    • WooCommerce – The plugin caches the pages that WooCommerce deems cacheable.
    • Contact Form 7 – When editing the actual contact form (adding contact forms to posts is handled), the admin needs to manually purge the cache to refresh the changes. Also, according to this FAQ from Contact Form 7, the TTL should be set to less than 24 hours (86400 seconds).
    • Google XML Sitemaps
    • Yoast SEO – Depending on how the site urls are generated, when the SEO plugin is activated/deactivated, it may require a purge.

    Known Unsupported Plugins:

    Currently Testing:

    Customer Testing:

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  • Is it compatible with this plugin?

    Plugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Hi Yossi,

    It looks like the editor is correctly showing no-cache. I did not look at all the intricate features of Elementor, but it does not look like there’s any issues.

    Let me know if you encounter any problems while using a specific Elementor feature, and I will see if it’s caused by the cache plugin.


    Hi there,

    No Issues, Works perfectly in here

    Header response shows x-litespeed-cache:hit
    This is first time using litespeed, Excited about it 🙂
    Moved all websites to new VPS with litespeed. Looks promising!
    Thanks guys!

    Plugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Glad to hear it 🙂

    Let us know if you ever encounter any issues! We’re always happy to help.


    @moneyhome Yes litespeed cache works well with autoptimize.

    For wp-rocket, for short answer, yes. For long answer, please have a look at . You need to disable full page cache setting in wp-rocket and follow the instructions in our wiki.


    Is LS compatible with WP Rocket ( ? When WP Rocket is enable, LS shuts off. Would be nice to be able to use these two plugins.

    Plugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Hi @nceebob, @moneyhome

    Yes. To clarify further what @hailite said:

    Our cache plugin is strictly a full page cache plugin. WP-Rocket and other cache plugins may include other features, such as js/css minification that we do not provide.

    If you want to use those features from WP-Rocket and still use our cache for Full Page Caching, it is doable.

    All you have to do is:

    • disable full page caching in wp-rocket (you can leave all the other features on)
    • Activate LiteSpeed Cache plugin. This will produce a warning on the wp-admin.
    • In LiteSpeed Cache->Settings->Advanced, uncheck the Check Advanced-cache.php option and save.

    This should clear the warning, and you will be using our full page cache with all the other features of wp-rocket.

    If there’s any conflicts with any of their features, let us know and we’ll try to diagnose the issue.


    Hi @kevin at LS, WP Rocket has no specific option(s) that one can say constitute full page cache-ing, apart from these options under the latter “basic settings”:

    1. Lazyload:
    2. Files optimisation (Minification & Concatenation):
    3. Mobile cache: Mobile cache: Enable caching for mobile devices.
    4. Feeds cache: Feeds cache: Enable caching for WordPress feeds.
    5. Logged in user cache: Logged in user cache: Enable caching for logged in users.
    6. SSL cache: SSL cache: Enable caching for pages with SSL protocol (https://).
    7. Emojis (Replace emojis with default WordPress smileys):

    (see screenshot:

    Which of the above options need to be shut off (or unchecked) in order for WP Rocket and LS to work together?

    Hi @nceebob, Can you try this

    If you want to do this, you can add the following in your functions.php file of your theme, or in a MU plugin:

    add_filter( 'do_rocket_generate_caching_files', '__return_false' );

    This way you can completely disable the page caching feature and just use WP Rocket for the other features

    Having inserted the code:

    add_filter( 'do_rocket_generate_caching_files', '__return_false' );

    in my functions.php obviously, disables LS from cache-ing as the LS Cache Status on my WHM side changes status from “enable” to “warning” which has the following on-mouse-over text, "Caching is not currently enabled for this installation. Please visit the WordPress Dashboard for more information."

    Plugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Hi @nceebob,

    Did you uncheck the ‘check advanced-cache.php’ option?


    /wp-admin/admin.php?page=lscache-settings -> Advanced Settings -> Check advanced-cache.php is checked

    Plugin Author LiteSpeed Technologies


    Please uncheck that and see if it’s enabled again.

    Now, unchecking the advanced-cache.php and doing a “save changes” throws a 404 page with url, /wp-admin/undefined&tab=0&tab=4

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