Why do pages that initially load on an external server flash white?

Why do pages that initially load on an external server flash white? When the pages are loaded you can switch between without and page flash.
Example: http://www.capacitydartford.com - watch inital load then go back. No white flash. Tried on all general browsers.
Is there anything I can do to stop this?
Thanks, James

Why do pages that initially load on an external server flash white? When the pages are loaded you can switch between without and page flash.
Example: http://www.capacitydartford.com - watch inital load then go back. No white flash. Tried on all general browsers.
Is there anything I can do to stop this?
Thanks, James

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