since 9 this morning in desperate frustration i've been going through the HTML code for various pages to do with the clue. I've started going through them again for a second time and i've found it. Not showing up on the webpage, only visible in the source code.
Well my point is. I'd happily flick trough some pages if I thought there was a chance that I could actually find anything.
The question arises though, is it moral or legal to advertise a competition if there is no chance that I can see the image to enter.
Imagine someone had told you there was £10,000 in a bag in a field, then after watching you look for 10 hours they said "sorry did we say this field?". I think you'd be pretty annoyed.
Right now i've given up on the competition. If someone wants to ban me, fine, but if anyone can tell me where this weeks image is I can see if I'm going mad or there is a problem with this site / my PCs.
Its not OBVIOUS. "OBVIOUS" is large flashing neon sign.
I know its odd. but trust me... I could see the source code. I could see the ref to an image. I could manually type that code in and bring the photo of a bike up on screen, but no bike ever showed when I looked at the page. This was on Wednesday of this week.
I'm not going to trawl through your site looking for an image that may, or may not be visible.