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    Default Why do I now have ">" at the top of my pages?

    Can anyone help me figure out why I now have a white bar at the top of my pages with a ">" in the center of the bar? I updated some of my pages...and now this is showing up.

    eg: www.tommathewsmft.com/about


    Thanks in advance!!

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    Default Re: Why do I now have ">" at the top of my pages?

    I'm getting the HTTP404 Not Found error on your link above; however, I was able to go to your home page (removed the /about). I'm assuming this was fixed because I don't see a white bar.
    Jason Stallworth
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    Working on a metal/guitar site...coming soon!

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    Default Re: Why do I now have ">" at the top of my pages?

    You have added the google verification code :

    <metaname="google-site-verification"content="M-N4AqkUg1vohtnSuXm6MQqqVUd-5or0dViuWbVKj0I"/>

    This should go in the "head" section of the page HTML, not in the Start of Page.
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    Default Re: Why do I now have ">" at the top of my pages?

    Thanks, navaldesign! I removed the google v code and now all seems to be well. Thanks for taking the time to respond

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