Twitter Page Load - Big Lump Of Text Running Down The Page ?
May 12, 2010
I have an issue on the following page: [url]
If you look on the right panel, at the heading "What our clients / journalists say", you will notice that it fades into another set of text. However when the page first loads because it takes a few seconds loading in the twitter feed, you will see a big lump of text running down the page.
Only when the Twitter feed has loaded does the lump of text disappear. Can i overcome this somehow?
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