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All of my HTML codes are showing up on my design page

All of my HTML code are showing up on my design page and when I go to delete them it deletes the whole text/image? I am not sure why the codes are showing up on my design page...can you help

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Hello,
I can help with this. Usually this problem is due to a syntax error in the html code. Check that the html tags have their being tag and end tag. Such as, <html></html>, or for html elements like text inputs, <input type="text"></input>.
Please let me know if this helps, or if you have any other question.
Thanks, Raphael

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