How do I use or install LSCache in WordPress?

Support for LSCache is available by default, but the WordPress plugin is not installed by default.

Note: The LSCache WordPress plugin will not install if you already have an active caching plugin installed.

To install LSCache in WordPress:

1. Deactivate or remove any active caching plugins you may have installed.

2. Install the LSCache plugin for WordPress:

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