No Easter is complete without an egg hunt. If you’ve got an eye for detail, are feeling lucky and love nothing more than seeking out Easter eggs online, this is the event for you. Are you ready for the challenge?
The PSD2HTML® team has brought another fun contest for you, quite unlike any other. It’s time to peel your eyes, hone your spotting skills and get ready to click, click, click… You have to look closely through their website and see if you can find the prizes they’ve hidden. There’s no telling where those special Easter eggs are stashed, and we’re not giving you any clues either. This one is down to you!
Chocolate is pretty sweet, but it’s nothing compared to the PSD2HTML®’s gifts! Find the Easter egg and get up to $200 off ANY coding service they offer. Wow! Have you spotted one already? Man, you’re good! Simply click on it to receive your reward. Want to keep on hunting? Why not, just go for it! Gather up as many eggs as you can find, and see what discount codes you can uncover. But you’ll need to be quick, gifts are limited and the hunt ends on April 13th, 2015.
Are you still here? Go on, get hunting! Good luck!
Our Favorite Easter Eggs Hidden on Websites
We love a good Easter egg, especially when it’s hidden away on a website. It makes browsing online that much more fun, we think. Here’s our ten favorite Easter eggs for you to check out.
- Shooting blanks. We love it when major sites such as Wikipedia show a sense of humor. Check out this page here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:BlankPage
- Blinking good fun! Google is notorious when it comes to hiding Easter eggs for all you tech lovers to find. Type in <blink> in Google’s search bar, and see what happens.
- I’m a little teapot. We’re all familiar with Google’s 404 error page, complete with little broken robot. Very cute, Google, very cute. However, you might not be so familiar with the search engine’s Google teapot page, or error 418, if you want the official title. Perhaps a more accurate description is ‘best Google April Fool’s ever’! http://www.google.com/teapot/
- Repeat… until you get it! Go to Google, and type in <recursion>. Then see if you can spot the amusing Easter egg. Took us a little while to spot it, but when we did, it made us chuckle. Nice joke, Google.
- Watch out for the zergs! If you like Starcraft, you’ll love this hilarious Easter egg from Google. Simply type in ‘zerg rush’ into the search bar and watch what happens. It’s the perfect thing to bring a smile to your face during a boring afternoon at work.
- Eggs aren’t prickly… Visit this Wikipedia page. Looks fairly straightforward, doesn’t it? Nothing too strange going on here. Now try finding the hedgehog and hovering your mouse over him. And try not to smile at his cute little message.
- Terms of Service. Terms of service, who actually reads those things? Well, for those who bother, great Easter eggs could be found! Visit WordPress’s lengthy Terms of Service page and skip to Term 17: ‘Disclaimer of Warranties’. Locate the link and take a peek at your special Easter egg treat.
- Crazy sites. Ever wanted to see products on a website go completely crazy? Visit http://producten.hema.nl/, move your mouse over the blue cup in the upper right-hand corner, and watch the website get to work. It’s chaos at its finest.
- Hitchhikers unite. Of course, if you’re a bona fide geek, you’ll have read Douglas Adam’s ‘The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy’. In fact, you’ll probably have read it several times over. Google’s uber-geeky engineers are no exception to this, which is why, when you type in ‘answer to life, the universe and everything’ in the search box, you’ll get the inevitable answer of ‘42’. Want some more tongue-in-cheek answers? Go to Google Calculator and ask about ‘number of horns on a unicorn’ and ‘once in a blue moon’.
- Now you’re armed, and ready to go! Now you’ve seen some great Easter eggs in action, it’s your turn to get on to P2H and spot some of your own. Head to http://www.psd2html.com/ and get your hands on some great Easter discount offers!
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