Level 26Try the obvious stuff first. If you know anything about URLs, remember to add what it needs on the end. There's a good hint page here, if you find it, as well as a snarky text one. In previous levels, we've messed with .htm, .jpg, and even .mp3. Any other file extensions worth looking into?
These next few levels go off the rails a bit. Remember that the number in the picture NEVER lies!
Level 27-29I personally am not a fan of levels 27-29. You can kind of think of them as one big level, but they do count seperately. Once you reach 27, just be prepared to do a lot of weird manipulation of things to progress one step at a time. The levels in this batch are all very nonstandard and you may not even feel like you're progressing, but you are. Again, the number in the corner never lies.
Once you hit Level 30, things will return to normality again. In the meantime, if you're having trouble in this section, my best recommendation is to just try stuff that you might initially think is "too easy" or even somewhat cheaty in a way. You never know what will actually work. And also remember that you're trying to move forward, rather than stay put or "correct" the level you're currently on.
So you've made it through the mess of the last levels. Congrats, those were a bit convoluted.
Your prize is now 30, which brings a new bit of confusion to the table.
I've been speaking of the creator without mentioning his name too much. This is for people who find the blog on Google in the middle or something like that, so as not to confuse them too much. But yeah, the guy responsible for this is named David Münnich. You don't know much about him, do you? He didn't only make the puzzle, he's the webmaster of the entire website, and can hide stuff wherever he wants. Who knows where you might have to look for an answer?
This one is fairly obtuse, but I don't want to give any more hints. The level doesn't give you much to go on, but the one hint that it does give is important, and that last push I gave will hopefully be enough. Just pay close attention to your surroundings and know that nothing is an accident.