Double Header On My Page.
I logged onto my page today and noticed that it had a double header. (www.coletronics.com) and was wondering if anyone here could help. I noticed a double header in the HTML code:
</div><!-- #banner --> <div id="feature" class="site-slider"> <div class="responsive-container"> <div class="site-slider-slider-one"> <div class="site-slider-slider-one-image"> <img class="" src="http://coletronics.com/wp-content/themes/alexandria/images/fetimg.png" /> </div><!-- .site-slider-slider-one-image --> <div class="site-slider-slider-one-text"> <h1 class="site-slider-slider-one-text-heading"> The #1 Tri-County Computer Tech under 18. </h1> <p class="site-slider-slider-one-text-description"> You may be thinking that this company doesnt know what they are doing. Well, I can assure you with 8+ years behind a computer, we can find the solution; to your problem. </p> <p class="site-slider-slider-one-text-button"> <a href="http://google.com"> Book an Appointment </a> </p> </div><!-- .site-slider-slider-one-text --> </div><!-- .site-slider-slider-one -->
but wasnt sure how to fix that. Greatly appreciated for any help.
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