Where does the search results "snippet" come from?

Hi all, I’m working on a real estate site and included a search bar. On the search results page, the default paragraph description (or “snippet”) looks like it’s pulling in a mix-mash of content from the page itself (including the footer).

What I am trying to figure out is where this is getting pulled from, because for all the properties ranking in the search results, the snippet starts with the word “Testimonials.” There are no testimonials on these pages, so I don’t know where to find it or how I can remove it.

Here’s a link to a live search results page: Search Results

And here’s a read-only link to the project: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/sanders-equities?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=designer&utm_content=sanders-equities&preview=05b806601678687c99a7e30a9301211c&pageId=628f0baff853c05b0a15b904&workflow=preview

Thanks in advance for any help!

Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
(how to share your site Read-Only link)

Hi @Krista_Soriano,

Did you figure out the search issue? I was just checking to see if you still needed help?

Site search is well documented in the webflow university. It is always best to search there before posting. See excluding elements within =>

I have a problem. The webflow URL is visible. How can I remove that? I need the actual URL (the custom domain URL the page is on). Any idea?

In the designer, the search results page shows sample data. In your published site, you see your actual domain & url.