Kimen, what you suggested is correct. The "Enable Enhanced Experience Composer" was checked and when I unchecked it, it worked. The customer care rep that got involved yesterday mentioned it was causing some rendering problems. That seemed to fix the problem and now the site is rendering properly and I am able to modify it.
I appreciate everyone's help with this. Now to get to work.
What is the URL of the page you are looking to change?
I did take a look at both documents. There are no tables used for layouts ( there is only 1 table tag in the entire page ) and there is only 1 iframe listed on the page, but its not a major element. I checked the two links and do not see anything listed there that our site matches so I am not sure what is going on. Our marketing team would really like to use this, but at its current state, it is not usable.
It looks like the Enhanced Experience Composer in Target Standard isn't loading your css files correctly. Do you have the mbox.js code on this page? If you do, can you try disabling the Enhanced Experience Composer? You can do that under Setup->Preferences in Target Standard.
We'll look into why your css files aren't loading up correctly and try to fix that on our side as well.
Kimen Warner, Target product management