It is Easter time in Denmark and Sweden. In Scandinavia, Easter is the most celebrated time of the year. So we have a 5 day holiday at work.
Few of my colleagues and me are going on a train trip to Copenhagen, Hamburg and Cologne (Germany), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and if possible to Brussels (Belgium).
But that shouldn‘t leave you in the cold. So we have an Easter egg for you, hidden in this post. Find out the URL and click on it and you will be treated with a secret treasure of excel and charting tips. Savor them while I am on a cross country trip.
Happy Easter Weekend Everyone…
26 Responses to “There is an Easter Egg in this Post”
Couldn't you have hidden a flight simulator or something? 😉
Is it that link "..." under "..." words ?
Nice post and quite well hidden easter egg. Happy Easter to everybody. 🙂
I suck at finding easter eggs...
Great Easter Egg. Absolutely Useful. Needed it. Thanks.
Hi gagan hello how r u can you explain me how to use
Am I stupid? I couldn't find it 🙁
Happy Easter everyone. Very useful tips.
Don't feel bad Ben... I can't find it as well. The frustrating thing about this is that I'm sure its right in front of my eyes. I'm going to take 5 and give it another try.
You hid it well. I cannot find it in your message but found it under the page in your message 😉
Location: .... The hidden hyperlink is at the ....
How I find it: Since it's hidden within the post, the link must be somewhere along the words. I've tried to target the 'dot' of each i, but that seems to be a bit tedious. Then I ZOOMed the whole page itself and that makes my search easier! LOL! I noticed the word ....
Found it.. Move your mouse around the word "..." or else check out the page ...
a. you’re treading on shaky grounds... I’m going to patent “obscurity on a webpage” for klueless and then you’ll have to pay me royalty... muahahaha
b. the innards of that link are wrong — it’s the wrong symbol — just a typographic nuance.
How in the world did I miss that! LOL! Thanks for the links Chandoo and thanks to those who had the patience to find and point out the link. Happy Easter Everyone.
Well that one was cunningly hidden. All the best for your cross-country trip. Happy Easter
Fun idea to insert an easter egg link! Will steal it:)
(btw, it's rather easy to find it if you're a feed subscriber, ie don't get the styling. The link really pops when unstyled:)
Here's how I found it - the tab key can be used to scroll through all the hyperlinks on the page.
You can also scan the source code to find the link to the Easter egg.
NICE ... 😉 ... I knew it had to be something inconspicuous
It's on the apostrophe in line five "But that shouldn't have......".
Very nice hiding of the Easter Egg
@All: Hope you had a good Easter break.
I had a fantastic trip. We have been to Copenhagen, Hamburg, Hannover and Amsterdam. After the trip I was so exhausted that I extended the blogging break to a whole week. Now I am completely back to PHD with lots of new ideas.
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I couldn’t find it
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Its superb! Just solved it after having a beautiful brain fight. The third question is fabulous and much awkward.
Anyways thanks a lot.
im a new joined in this site and as i learned this site is very usefull in excel programmes and works im so happy to find here many trips of excel. hope u keep on posted here nice trics in future.... and may all the learners get a chance to learn more and more