Jeff Bridges embedded in
Tron soundtrack site web code
By SFMZ Webmaster
September 9, 2010 - The webmaster for the Tron official sites seems to be getting into the spirit of Tron's cyber world by planting images into the web coding. Viral marketing has been quite trendy for some time now for soon to be released movies and the typical web surfer can actually see the info or images on the web page, but this takes a little more digging to uncover.
Like many webmasters, I occasionally peak into other site's coding for curiosity sake, sometimes I pick up some pointers. At TronSoundtrack.com (no longer online), I discovered that the webmaster embedded the text constructed image on your right, which appears to be a young Jeff Bridges.
I took a peak at the official site and there is no cyber Easter eggs in it's coding, only for the soundtrack site. This coding is not anything the common web surfer would ever see.
To view the coded image, you must click on "View" menu on the top of your browser, then "Source Page" (Firefox) or "View Source" (MSIE) to see that page's coding. I've never seen this done for official sites before, but it's one more trendy way to be a little different from the ocean of other websites. Sort of like peaking behind the virtual curtain for more goods.