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Adobe Target flicker issue spite of Adding the Prehiding Code on the site.

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06-12-2020

Hi All,

 

Can someone please help me how to stop the flickering issue? Website has Flikering in spite of Adding the Prehiding Code on the site.

 

Help is highly apprechiated !

 

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Balakrishna

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@balakrishnad200  Please provide more details around your implementation. Since you've mentioned you've added pre-hiding code, I'm assuming you're loading at.js asynchronously. Is it directly embedded on the page or via tag manager (sync or async)? Pre-hiding code should be placed as high as possible in the header tag and at.js/ tag manager immediately after it. If you have data layer, it would come before pre-hiding snippet.