For the record, nothing you do on your site currently will "fix" whatever issues you're seeing in Google. Basically, just be sure your site is correct as it stands now, and next time Google crawls, it should properly cache your site. You can help it refresh your cache by sticking a meta tag in your header:
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="Mon, 22 Jul 2002 11:12:01 GMT">
Basically, it'll set a date for the cache to expire, and then the robot will schedule another time to revisit the page and re-cache your site. Or, alternatively:
<meta name="googlebot" content="noarchive">
which will cause Google to not cache your page at all.
But as it stands now, there's nothing you can do to change the appearance of your cached page that's already in Google - all you can do is put in a meta tag and hope next time Google does it's dance that it will also refresh the cache of your page.