You edited the page after publishing.
Did you add the <h1> HTML element to the code?
Did you change the <p> element in <h1>?
<h1><span style="line-height: 17px; " class="style_11">Designer Dog Collars, Dog Accessories, Dog Supplies ~ ShopKeyWestDog.com</span></h1>
It's in the <div> with id=8.
AFAIK iWeb does not use the element.
So most likely you caused the problem yourself. Do not do that.
And this is what I see on my iPad :
It's this HTML Snippet :
And looking at your page, of which there are similar ones by other iweb users, I wonder where people get the desire from to empty the garbage can or flush the toilet above iWeb.
Is it really so difficult to create an esthetically pleasing website that does not ruin my eyesight?
Why not start again and leave out all the trash, garbage, junk, refuse and other digital waste.
And hurry, before you know it, it's against the law. If it isn't already.
Oh, and what's this :
http://www.shopkeywestdog.com/luxury-designer-pet-supplies-_-key-west-dog_files/ search3Fq3Dsmall2Btwitter2Bicon26tbnh3D6426tbnw3D6426hl3Den26gbv3D226sig3D100603 06826633442840426biw3D102426bih3D55426tbs3Dsimg-CAQSEgnqKT9SCVhlkCFrorp3sRgDmQ26 tbm3Disch%26itbs%3D1%26i.jpg
Copied an image from a search?
It must be very demanding to leave out some characters from the filename.
Thank you for the kind words. It's so nice to know that someone who has never used iweb or built a website to start a new business before a few months ago can come to this discussion board to look for help and find someone who understands that not everyone has the time and knowledge to built professional websites from their kitchen table, such kind direction you have offered. So thank you for the direction, it has helped me fix my problem that I requested help for. Hope you have a wonderful day.