Loading is visible on iOS Simulator

Posted on 2012-08-31
Last Modified: 2012-09-01
I see there is 'Loading' underneath footer. I say it is something to do with jQuery as local folder rather than depending on internet online for jQuery. That is why 'Loading' show up. It is also show up on iPhone device for first time viewing...any subsequent viewing 'Loading' is not visible. How do I prevent 'Loading' being visible?

Tried to attach .zip folder on expert but it wouldn't work? Here it is
Question by:Redscrapbook

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    <script src="js/"></script><!-- Arrange in this order no2 -->
    <script src="js/1.7_jquery.min.js"></script><!-- Arrange in this order no1 -->
    <script src="js/phonegap-1.4.1.js"></script><!-- Arrange in this order no3 -->

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    It is sorted by re-arranging the order from top to line two.
    <script src="js/1.7_jquery.min.js"></script><!-- Arrange in this order no1 -->

    "Loading" disappears.

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