What is the LSep character that sometimes appears on websites?

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[Example of Lsep character](https://sjc1.discourse-cdn.com/business5/uploads/webflow1/original/3X/1/9/19278f98f86a8e8ce417b2064e372d68171c3946.jpeg). Does it come from the developer side or the user side? Why does it show?

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It is supposed to be a line separator. Whatever internal program is handling the generation of the website code isn’t correctly replacing it with an HTML line break or the browser is somehow not processing it correctly.