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Those embedded index keywords contain greater-than symbols which, because angle brackets are used to surround tags in HTML, are being misinterpreted by your browser. So, you'll need to remove them from your keywords and replace them with, say, > (the named entity that corresponds to the > character).
That looks a bit like breadcrumbs. Generate with breadcrumbs turned off and see if that changes things.
Is it causing a problem?
Pete & Peter,
Thanks for your replies. A strange, but happy thing has occured. After opening the docs again, re-pasting Heading 1 text (and doing nothing else definitive), I closed the docs, and re-generated the output. Now the stray meta text is gone! I don't know why, but I'm glad :-)
Pete: I will keep in mind your tip about the embedded angle brackets for any future occurences.
Peter: Thanks for your suggestion too.
For Future Reference:
There were some errors in my meta data. The problem-causing meta text had html code for quotes instead of the symbol, ". This seemed to have a snowball effect causing other lines of meta data to become visible in a browser.
EXAMPLE OF INCORRECT META DATA:
<meta NAME=MS-HKWD CONTENT=""Purchase Orders"">
<meta NAME=MS-HKWD CONTENT=""Purchase Orders">
When I corrected it, and put the quote symbol in place of the the quote tag, the meta data no longer shows in a browser.