It is not showing that in the code while in percussion. In fact my Colorado main page is doing the same thing, it is appending www.bordnerinstall.com/colorado-springs to the front of my link causing it not to work. I believe something in the code is telling it to append the URL link. I just don’t know enough about coding to be able to discern which line it could be.
To add some clarity here, an href of “www.bordnerinstall.com/free-insulatio…” will actually be regarded as a relative link because it doesn’t begin with http://, and therefor be appended to the browser’s current URL.
In this case you’re linking to a page on the same domain, so there’s no need to include the domain in your href. A good refresher on linking logic in HTML can be found here: http://www.coffeecup.com/help/article…
What you need is a root relative link, “/free-insulation-offer” (note the leading forward-slash), which will always append the link to the site’s root domain, regardless of where the visitor is on your site: http://www.bordnerinstall.com/free-insulation-offer