(My site isn't actually free because I buy my domain name and privacy protection from Weebly, but because I don't also pay for the official plan, it's considered the free plan.)
Then Weebly changed to a bright teal tag permanently set at the bottom of the screen and it pops up as a millennial female in a sleeveless shirt. They started applying it to new users of the free plan, and now they've apparently started applying it to all sites on the free plan (without letting any of the users know beforehand).
(If you're interested in creating a website/blog/online store with Weebly, you can click HERE and avoid the sleeveless millennial.)
Anyway, I think the ad-tag is annoying and distracting and not tsnius. But I'm not sure what to do because Weebly's no-annoying-ad cheapest plan costs $8 a month, which ends up being $96 a year, plus the expense of a domain name and privacy on top of that, and I'm not making money off this site to even out expenses. (It's a labor of love.) On the other hand, moving Myrtle Rising to another website builder seems like a tear-inducingly overwhelming, complicated, and time-consuming task.
So I'm not sure what to do, but I have no doubt that Hashem will send me an idea.
Anyway, just wanted to let you know what's going on and sorry about that annoying pop-up ad all of the sudden.