Preloading is preloading and purging is purging. This is like up and down and the one has nothing to do with the other one. You seem to have a bit missunderstanding?
And you can’t preload yourself/your own page. You can only preload static sources like CSS or JS that are used on your page, but not page itself.
Provide us with a link to your page and I will tell you why you get bad Pagespeed score.
Yes I know. How do I manually preload all static sources. I want them to stay that way until I manually purge or when a oage is updated.
Sorry, can’t understand what you want. Preloading is preloading and caching or purging has nothing to do with preloading of whatever…. If you purge cache, your static sources will always preloaded if your pages are cached or not. And again, preloading has nothing to do with cache.
Is there an action that triggers Litespeed Cache to cache the site by visiting pages to preload them (so that they are ready the first time a human visitor wants them), and can this be manually triggered.
Again, a page can’t preload itself. This must be done from other host like Google from search result page or any other host. There is something similiar, but not preloading: https://blog.litespeedtech.com/2021/06/01/guest-mode-for-wordpress-in-lscwp-v4-0/
- This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by Cache Crawler.
It is indeed possible, other caching plugins has this feature.
Maybe I still missunderstand what you mean, but show me an example from other plugins.
If I use the crawler, can it be set to be manually triggered only.
You can run it from CLI if you have access to it.
You can further optimize your caching with scheduled preloader options. This features works by allowing the user to preload the pages of the site, further improving its performance. When combined with the other caching features within WP-Optimize, the preloader is a powerful tool that can help speed up loading times.
- This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by wipx.
Cache plugin has a preloader that preloads pages if a link is clicked. Do you mean that?
No it should automatically preload all pages and don´t wait until first visit.
You don’t mean “preload”. You mean a page should be requested by whatever to be cached. This is called “Cache Warmup” and not preloading. For this use the build-in crawler. This “preloads” your pages.
Okay, but can the crawler be set to trigger manually only, I don’t want it to run with a certain time interval.
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