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If you've used Alpine before, you might have seen a brief flick when you load your site up. This is common if you have components that are conditionally rendered and are hidden by default. What's happening is the DOM is ready before Alpine takes controls of the element, so it shows up and then disappears. It can be quite jarring if you have lots of components on your site.

Add this bit of CSS to your site: And Bob's your uncle, the flicker problem has been fixed!
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