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There’s a secret message for coders on the new White House website

A new White House means a new www.whitehouse.gov. But most people who browse the spiffy website won’t know that there’s a secret message hidden right under their eyes.

Snuck into the HTML code is a “neat little Easter egg,” Protocol reports — a message that says “If you’re reading this, we need your help building back better,” followed by a link to the U.S. Digital Service, the executive branch’s elite technology unit.

Another hidden message on the page points anyone creeping on the HTML toward the White House’s analytics website, which allows viewers to see how many people are on government websites at any given time, as well as what pages are the most viewed (if all this tech talk is Greek to you, you can snoop the page the easier way, by clicking here; turns out a lot of people try to track their USPS packages!):

Biden’s tough tech agenda in office will indeed need all the help it can get — read more about what he wants to accomplish in office on the cyber front here.

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