This is deeply disturbing-- a close friend's career may be going in the tank because of a browser technicality!
This gentleman hired someone to design his company's website, and unknown to him the designer plagiarized another website. The rightful owner found out and called my friend, who of course agreed to change it. He DID change it.
But when the owner went to my friend's completely redone site, he found that the front page had changed, but when clicking on internal links, the same plagiarized content appeared! He was extremely irate at being apparently lied to, and is threatening legal action.
I know that browsers have default cache settings that can sometimes load old content when live content is unavailable or loading slowly. Is it possible that's what happened here? The angry person simply failed to clear his cache, creating the misconception?
I'm appealing in good faith to the altruism of this knowledgeable community. ANY insight at all is much appreciated.