Ok, I took your advice jdMorgan and I am using the Live HTTP Headers add-on for Firefox.
I don't really understand this very well, but here is what I am getting:
Render Mode: Quirks mode (on other sites it says Standards Compliance mode)
RESPONSE: HTTP/1.1 404 NOT FOUND
I really don't know what to look for here.
This is a site where I used to use a dropship type service on and the DNS had been set to their server and you chose their products, etc. I have not used this site in years and yesterday decided to change it to a wordpress blog.
So for a long time, if anyone had gone to my site, they would have seen a page that said this store no longer exists.
Like I said, going through AOL's browser, I get the updated website, but using Firefox, Safari, IE, and Opera, I get the old page on ALL of them!
I have cleared the cache, history, everything.
I have gone to the command prompt and pinged this site.
When I ping the site using MY domain name, I get the response that I have pinged the OLD HOSTS domain name, then "requests time out" appears 4 times, then it says:
Ping Statistics for (*** *** *** ip address):
Packets Sent = 4 ¦ Packets Received = 0 ¦ Packets Lost = 4 (100% loss)
I contacted my isp which is ATT Fast Access as AlexK suggested, and we tried all kinds of things including the command prompt mentioned above, starting in safe mode, etc. etc. etc.
They said they had not ever heard of this problem. They looked at my site in IE and it shows up with the new site fine.
Does anyone have any clue as to why I can see the updated site on AOL's browser, but not on any of the other browsers?
[edited by: WolfLover at 9:15 pm (utc) on June 19, 2009]