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      Dave Allipa
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      Dear #Divi and #Litespeed cache plugin (LiteSpeed Server) users,
      I would like to share with you the settings that I have processed so far in the LiteSpeed cache plugin. I have adjusted these settings following the update of Divi to version 4.10.5.
      After clearing my cache and database, a first visit via PageSpeed Insights for mobile is 99 and for desktop 100. After the first visit, the score for both mobile and desktop is 100.

      With Divi I checked all options at Divi -> Theme options -> General -> Performance except “Defer Additional Third Party Scripts”

      I rent a VPS LiteSpeed Server myself. The settings of the LiteSpeed cache plugin are as follows.

      Options default settings:
      – Make sure you got a domain key
      – Guest Mode on
      – Guest Optimization On
      – Make sure your Server IP is entered

      SETTINGS CACH

      CACH tab
      – Cache logged in users ON
      – Cache commenters ON
      – Cache rest API ON
      – Cache login page ON
      – Enable favicon.ico cache ON
      – Cache php resources ON
      – Mobile cache ON

      TTL tab
      – No adjustments made

      DELETE tab
      – No adjustments made

      EXCLUSIONS tab
      – No adjustments made

      ESI . tab
      – No adjustments made

      OBJECTS tab
      – Object Cache ON
      – Method Redis
      – Port 6379

      BROWSER . tab
      – Browser cache ON

      ADVANCED tab
      – No adjustments made

      SETTINGS CDN
      – No adjustments made here, because I don’t use CDN. My target group lives in the Netherlands

      SETTINGS OPTIMIZATION IMAGES
      Image optimization tab:
      – Cron task for requests ON
      – Cron task for fetch ON
      – Optimize original images ON
      – Delete original backups from OFF
      – Optimize without quality loss OFF
      – Preserves EXIF/XMP data OFF
      – Create WebP versions ON
      – Resize image in WebP ON
      – WebP for extra srcset OFF
      – Manage quality images in WordPress 80

      SETTINGS PAGE OPTIMIZATION

      CSS Settings Tab
      – Minify CSS ON
      – Bundle CSS OFF
      – Generate UCSS ON
      – CSS Combine external and inline OFF
      – CSS HTTP/2 Push ON
      – CSS asynchronous load ON
      – CCSS per URL Off
      – Inline CSS Async Lib OFF
      – Optimization display fonts DEFAULT

      JS Settings Tab
      – Reduce JS OFF
      – Bundle JS OFF
      – JS Combine external and inline OFF
      – JS HTTP/2 Push ON
      – Postpone loading JS OFF

      HTML Settings tab
      – Minify html ON
      – Manage DNS Prefetch OFF
      – Remove query string OFF
      – Unload Google Fonts asynchronously OFF
      – Remove Google Fonts ON
      – Remove WordPress emoji OFF (already enabled in Divi)
      – Remove noscript tags OFF

      Media settings tab
      – Lazy Load images ON
      – Simple image temporary padding: data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAAAAAAAABAAAAAAIBRAA7
      – Responsive placeholder ON
      – Responsive placeholder color (the color of your menu background)
      – Generate LQIP in cloud OFF
      – Create LQIP in the background OFF
      – Lazy load iframes ON
      – Add missing sizes ON
      – Inline lazy load images library ON

      Media exceptions tab
      – No adjustments made

      Perhaps this is of some use to you as well or does anyone have any tips.
      Greeting,
      Niels Picard

      https://nielspicard.nl/

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      Dave Allipa
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      Mobile second time

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      Colin Sik
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      congratulations sir

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      Lynne Guistic
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      Wow. Thank you for sharing!

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      Terry Hale
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      Thanks for the great share! This will be very helpful to Litespeed users. 🙂 It’s very fast in Texas even without the CDN!

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      Ann Chovey
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      Cloudways is what type? It has its own caching. Will that be good enough?

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