Accelerate your site with Turbo Hosting! These articles provide the information you need to get up and running.
As a Turbo Boost and Turbo Max Web Hosting customer, you may be unfamiliar with the differences between these servers and our Drive Web Hosting servers. This article lists some of the major differences between them.
By default, OPcache is enabled on Turbo servers to improve performance. However, you can disable this feature in cPanel if necessary, and this article shows you how.
Learn how to enable caching on a Turbo account. This article provides an example .htaccess file configuration that you can use for your own sites.
Learn how to enable caching for WordPress on a Turbo server. This article provides an example .htaccess file configuration that you can use in your own sites.
Learn how to enable caching for Drupal on a Turbo server.
Learn how to enable caching for Joomla on a Turbo server. This article covers two methods: using a caching plugin, and enabling caching manually in an .htaccess file.
Learn how to enable caching for PrestaShop on a Turbo server.
Clearing the LiteSpeed cache allows you to see changes to your site right away. This article shows you how to clear the cache with a plugin, in cPanel, or in Plesk.
PHP scripts that run for a long time may time out on Turbo servers. This article shows how to resolve this problem.
Learn about the experimental QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) protocol and how to verify QUIC is active in this article.
Learn how to use the LiteSpeed Web Cache Manager to manage LiteSpeed caching for your account. This article covers how to manage the cache, flush the cache, and set the log level.