I know a website has been updated but I can only see the old pages. Why? FAQ
A simple click of the refresh button should enable you to view the updated page but if this doesn't work it probably means that your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is using a system of cacheing pages.
If you are using AOL you certainly will have this system, but it is also used by a few other ISP's. The explanation and solution is given assuming you are on AOL but it will equally apply to these other ISP's.
AOL use a system of cacheing pages - when someone requests a web page which
is not on the AOL server, the whole page gets downloaded to the AOL server and
the next time someone requests that page they display the version stored on
their server. Obviously if a page gets changed people using AOL will still be
seeing the old version stored on the AOL server. Cached pages are stored for up
to a month by AOL before being deleted or renewed.