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I see the bracket is showing on the page and I can't find it in the code

Posted on 2003-12-04
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could someone please point out to me why I'm seeing a  "<" at the top of my page.  I must be blind, but I can't find it in the code..

http://www.800wesleys.com/bushnell_florida.htm
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   <!-- InstanceBeginEditable name="content1" -->
    <<td width="100%" align="left"> <h3>Bushnell, Florida Local Flower Shop Same Day Delivery
    ^Here it is!
      </h3>
      <p>Send Flowers in Bushnell, Florida today through a local Bushnell, Florida
        Florist! Secure online ordering. Award-winning service. We deliver flowers
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by:linque
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phew... thanks...  

I just went right past it!!
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It was very easy to miss... Thx for the grade!
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