context

Proxying with Contexts

Proxying with contexts allows you to add other context functionality on top of your proxying. OpenLiteSpeed can be set up as a reverse proxy to a different server on the backend. This is done by designating that backend server as a web server external application…

Setting up CORS on OpenLiteSpeed

Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a specification that enables truly open access across domain boundaries. If you serve public content, please consider using CORS to open it up for universal JavaScript/browser access. CORS introduces a standard mechanism that can be used…

WordPress

Setting up LSCache for WordPress on OpenLiteSpeed This guide will take you through the steps to configure OpenLiteSpeed’s cache module, install and activate the LSCache for WordPress plugin, and modify a virtual host to use a .htaccess file for your WordPress installation. Pre-Installation Requirements OpenLiteSpeed…