This is a tip first seen by Karl Swedberg in one of this jQuery books where you can add a JS class to your HTML attribute when jQuery has loaded like so:
Then by using CSS to initially hide the elements, like this:
It is also worthy to note that altough JS can be turned off you will still be able to see the HTML markup(and search engine spiders also see this!). But nevertheless, a nifty little trick!
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