You wake up in a room, you don't know where you are.
You look around, you see a computer, a note, and door with an 9 digit combination lock.
You go up to the note, it reads:
I heard you were a web designer, a pretty good one at that. I want you to fix my website. My company's logo won't show on our website.
The issue is the background, but I don't know how to change it.
This is probably a little drastic, locking you in a room and all. But you said you would do it whilst you were drunk last night, and I wanted to ensure you would do it straight away.
I obviously want my company's colours incorporated into the website. My last web designer said the colour code was #ED2C4A. Once you have changed the website's files, which is located on the desktop of the computer in front of you, then you are free to leave. The code will be be seen from the website's source code, but only when loaded in Google Chrome.
You load the computer and the first thing you notice when you load Chrome is the "Color Format" option is not set to the default "As Authored".
Before you get to work changing the website, you think it is best to figure out where you are, and who you are dealing with.
You look in the website's folders for an image which contains your captors' company's logo. To no avail. So you look on Google Maps and see your coordinates are 52.9563767 -1.1511079.
Armed with this knowledge, you change the website's background.
But now it's up to you. You need to figure out:
-What the code is for the door
-Which company is to be reported to the police (bonus point for getting the name of the person).
- You are being held within a 5 minute walk of the business
- You understand web design
- (for the bonus point) It is the director of the company which took you