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    Originally Posted by ManiacDan
    He's not maintaining two sites, see the IP? They both resolve to the same IP, so it's the same site, just two domains point to it. his computer cached an older version of one of the domains, and that's his issue.
    Oh... That makes sense.
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    Originally Posted by Jacques1
    Cache issue?

    It's the second variant for me in both cases.
    Not for me. I am on a different computer on another office and I see the first one!
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    Originally Posted by ManiacDan
    There isn't actually a problem, so any solutions provided would be solving at the server level something which is happening on only his local machine.
    I have 3 computers here dan. All different.

    Is there such thing as IP cache?
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    Hmm. I really don't think it would fix the problem, but try in command line

    ipconfig /flushdns

    Try flushing your browsing chache
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    Originally Posted by zxcvbnm
    I have 3 computers here dan. All different.

    Is there such thing as IP cache?
    What do you mean they're all different? On all 3 of your computers, the two URLs in the first post return different stylesheets?

    If you're able to reproduce the issue, check the source and see if maybe they're hitting a different CSS file or something.

    For me, those two URLs return identical websites with identical IPs.

    It's possible his server is caching these bad pages somehow, with eaccelerator or something similar installed old versions can "hang around" but normally those are served to everyone, not just a select handful of people.
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