While checking on your LiteSpeed Cache settings in your WordPress admin panel, you may be encountering the “LiteSpeed Cache is disabled” error.
What Causes the “LiteSpeed Cache is disabled” Error?
Most likely, LiteSpeed has detected another plugin using that it is using the WordPress
advanced-cache.php file. This is normal behavior! LiteSpeed Cache does work with other optimization plugins, but only if the functionality is not duplicated.
How to Fix the “LiteSpeed Cache is disabled” Error?
Assuming you’ve seen the message above, the next step is to configure LiteSpeed Cache not to use advanced-cache.php.
If the other plugin wants to use that file, we are going to let it do so.
Navigate to Settings → LiteSpeed Cache → Advanced, and uncheck the “Include advanced-cache.php” option.
Save your changes, and the warning should no longer display. At this point, you should have both plugins working together in harmony.
If the message is still there, you should get in touch with your web host. If you are hosting with ChemiCloud, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Support team.