Correct way to dispaly the fixed effects of a mixed effects model

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I have a question regarding crating a graph displaying the fixed effects of a mixed effects model that I cannot seem to find an answer to. I am not sure what the correct approach is. For example, when graphing a standard non-mixed effects model (i.e. binomial glm;logistic regression), I used to just graph the predicted curve of my model. However this technique does not work when I am dealing with a mixed-effects model. How can I show these results? Is it OK to just graph the predicted results of a model without the random effects added in if I am only interested in showing the predicted curve of the fixed effects?

Thanks in advance