It looks like your site has been infected with SEO attempts. There’s 220 lines of “meta tags” in the head of your page, and on line 28, there’s the word tag just hanging out outside of an actual tag:
<meta http-equiv="content-language" content="ll-cc"> tag
Did you pay someone to add all this crap to your page? Or did you paste it into the Page / HTML Markup dialog in Freeway?
If the latter, you can fix this by removing the typo. If the former, really – what were you thinking? This sort of attempt to artificially elevate your Google search ranking only works for a few months, and then, if you do as clumsy and ham-fisted a job as this, you get down-ranked and have to go back to the SEO dealer for another “fix” of something else that won’t get flagged for a few months. These people who sell this “product” are no better than drug dealers.
On Oct 30, 2018, at 4:31 AM, Robert Mitton email@hidden wrote:
Can you see the word “tag” at the very top left corner of the webpage?
I can not figure out what and why this is and therefore how to remove it???