Loading animations native in chrome & other browsers -> is it possible to disable them?

Take this website for example: https://resn.co.nz/#!/work/all

Typically when you develop a website and deploy, when you browse from page to page this triggers a loading animation, either a circle or a progress bar that sweeps across the tab pane at the top of your browser. This example website doesn't have this.

I have smooth loading animations on my portfolio so that it shouldn't feel like you're switching from one page to another per-say. How can I get rid of the animation flickers across browsers as in the example above? Any help is appreciated !

Read more here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67013557/loading-animations-native-in-chrome-other-browsers-is-it-possible-to-disabl

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