Spinner Not Loading Properly

I have a spinner that comes up when you go to the page.   I am not seeing it.  Just a couple of numbers.  Can't for the life of me to have the spinner show.  PS Where are the numbers coming from?

The Link
http://www.davidschure.com/Template/brushed/index.html

The files are attached for ease of use.
main.css
main.js
index.html
DS928Asked:
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skijCommented:
The website references an image that should be located here, however it is missing:
/Template/brushed/_include/img/progress.gif
http://www.davidschure.com/Template/brushed/_include/img/progress.gif
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DS928Author Commented:
I added that but it's still not showing.  This is the reference for the spinner that I am using.
<div id="spinner" class="spinner" style="display:none;">
    <img id="img-spinner" src="_include/img/circleloadinganimation.gif" alt="Loading"/>
</div>

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skijCommented:
It is referenced in supersized.css, and it may also be referenced in other places as well.

The numbers are being added by JavaScript to show what percent has been loaded.

To hide the numbers and add a loader, use this CSS:
#jprePercentage {
display: none;
}

#jpreBar {
background: transparent url(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/85/Throbber_allbackgrounds_circledots_32.gif) no-repeat fixed 50% 50%;
}

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DS928Author Commented:
I've added the progress.gif but I am still not seeing the spinner.
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skijCommented:
First of all, this image is still missing:
http://www.davidschure.com/Template/brushed/_include/img/progress.gif

So if you added it, you did not add it correctly.  

Secondly, you should add the CSS I posted:
#jprePercentage {
display: none;
}

#jpreBar {
background: transparent url(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/85/Throbber_allbackgrounds_circledots_32.gif) no-repeat fixed 50% 50%;
}

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or once you have correctly added the missing image, use this CSS:
#jprePercentage {
display: none;
}

#jpreBar {
background: transparent url(/Template/brushed/_include/img/progress.gif) no-repeat fixed 50% 50%;
}

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