I am adapting a WordPress theme for a client.

Within the theme, there is a portfolio feature which loads using javascript. Unfortunately, execution of the javascript is fairly slow, so the result is the footer flashing in the middle of the screen before being pushed to the bottom. This is pretty unsightly - You can see it here: http://bit.ly/1nCH0Br

Is there a way to defer the execution of the footer until the javascript has finished executing (or any better way of solving this unpleasant problem?)

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