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It's being cached somewhere; either in the browser or proxy server. Try clearing the browser cache if you haven't already.
I've emptied my cache, over and over, used different browsers, different pcs, reset the router, idk what else to do! I'm not an IT
Could it be cached in my router? I'm not sure if that's a possibility or not..
EDIT* connected via wireless, and it worked fine, tried again after i went back to LAN, and it messed up again. then the new pages that i added that the customer didn't have before, won't load, says that the page doesn't exist, how would that be a cache problem?
Insert a Meta Tag with the last modified date and time (GMT) into the <head> of your document (see red code below).
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<meta http-equiv="Last-Modified" content="28 March, 2010 19:33:00 GMT" />
<title>your page title</title>
If the served page is newer than the cached page, you should see the latest version.
If this fails to work, contact the network administrator.
Based from what I read I think that the old site is somewhere cached in a proxy server at your work, that's also what Bregent supposed. That's why clearing the browser cache doesn't work on some PC's, some PC's load the old site and some the new.