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Altador Cup Q&A

24 June 2017 - 03:52 PM

TNT is doing a Q&A for Altador Cup here. They answered a few questions, confirmed a new plot going on and talked about flagged people. Interesting read!

Magikarp Jump

05 June 2017 - 03:13 PM

Hey, is anyone here playing this Magikarp Jump game? I started it a few days ago. It's a cool game to spend some time in, but it gets too repetitive after a while. I'm currently trying to figure out if I should upgrade training or food.


Also, for those who don't know, there's an easter egg: if you click repeatedly a lot of times on your Magikarp after it gets level 20, you will remove his Everstone, which means he will turn into a Gyarados once it gets level 21 (your pokemon instantly retires after evolving though, unfortunately).

[GUIDE] How to see a Userlookup's Source Code after Captchas

22 May 2017 - 04:42 PM

Hey there! As you probably know, after captchas, viewing the source code for a userlookup/petlookup isn't as simple as before because when you try to do it directly on the page, you get the source for a wrong page instead. Sometimes you want to see how something on the page was done so you want to see the source code, that's why I'm writing this guide.

There are two VERY simple ways to bypass it (so simple that I wasn't sure if I should make a guide, but maybe it can help some people). I prefer the first way, but I'm including the second only because it works. Here you go:

1) Saving the page

Go to your chosen user/pet lookup, do the captcha and enter on it. You will see a page like this:


Then press Ctrl+S and save the page somewhere in your computer, and open it. You will see the same page, but now the address bar will show where in your computer the page is (something like this: file:///C:/Users/Xxxxx/Xxxxxx/Neopets%20-%20User%20Lookup.html). Wait until it loads and press Ctrl+U. Now you have access to the entire source code.

2) Inspect Element

I see no reason why you wouldn't use the above method, but since you can use this one as well I will put it here. Using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, enter in the userlookup you want and do the captcha exactly as you did before, but now press F12 while on the page. You will see this:


Now go to the "Elements" tab and there you can check whatever you want, simple like that.

Well, that's it!

I know this guide is bad formatted (and maybe useless) but I hope it may helps at least one person. Let me know if I can improve anything, and sorry if this is a duplicate but couldn't find any guide like that.