My domain goes to something else....

Hi, hopefully someone here can help me. I'll try and make this as detailed as possible... please be patient, I'm new to Adobe Muse and Business Catalyst.
I created a website using Adobe Muse; both desktop and phone. I then published it. I clicked on manage and it took me to the site manager/dashboard page. Once there, I followed the instructions on "Push Live" and I added my domain which I got from Godaddy and had already changed the Nameservers. When, in my browser on my desktop, I type in my domain, it goes to a page error page and it automatically adds /tablet/index.html after the URL. However, if I just add /index.html after the domain (without the /tablet) I can pull up my site. On my phone it works great.
I'm pretty certain that this is a user error... what have I done wrong? I just want the site to go to my url without having to add /index.html.
Thanks in advance for your help!!!

Few possibilities ,
You have set up /tablet/index.html as start page for the domain.
You are using tablet links for the page content
Check out these and if all set up correctly then pass me the site url, i will take a look.

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