I use the Website, TribalPages to keep a tree available for family. Each time I upload a new gedcom, I see numbers and symbols in my online note that is NOT in my note on gramps file. I have been fixing this manually, but I would love to figure out how to get rid of this odd thing. Can someone help me please. I am certain it is an artifact of gramps but I have no clue how to get rid of it
Looks like the 2 Citation notes are not being processed correctly. It is not inserting the superscript citation annotation; nor is is inserting the actual body of text of those 2 Notes in the Endnotes. Instead it just encloses the IDs with @ symbols.
Could you screen capture the Edit Note dialog for either:
That will tell us if there’s something inside causing problems.
Agreed. One says that it is a citation for the Name. Which has all sorts of potential for unique problems. (That might just be necessary to attach the citation to another level. Maybe the person rather than the name?)
But the other is for a Death and that should a typical citation.
Perhaps the Note is a 2nd note in a the same citation. Or it is a note of a note?
Both problematic Notes are of type “Citation”. Maybe other Note Types are interpreted differently?
Looking at the page that you linked, it seems your intention is to hide information about living people, and yet the citation note for the obituary includes such information. I don’t know the solution for that, whether it involves changes in your Gramps data (to impact the GEDCOM export) or in tribablpages (to react to the settings in the GEDCOM), or both.
I can find the same kind of unmanaged things on Geneanet. In my case, the Geneweb engine behind Geneanet don’t manage multiple repositories for one source. @Rnnnn@ are visible for these unmanaged references:
Your screenshots of the original Notes are from Gramps. But the 1st linked website was from Tribal Pages.
Even though those webpages were spun from a Gramps exported GEDCOM, one of Serge’s special development interests is the Narrated Web Site report, he was probably expecting your webpage questions to related to the Gramps tool.