One of the comments to the recent question, Different colors of light are disrupting my focus. What lens feature minimizes this?, asked the OP for either a different example that doesn't include a large hairy spider, or at least a warning.
That got me to thinking, StackExchange has the
spoiler markup functionality, whereby you surround what you want hidden with a modified blockquote, beginning the line(s) with
>!, instead of just
> as a normal blockquote.
What's the opinion / standard here for that? I don't think I've seen any posts in Photo.SE use the
spoiler feature to obscure images, but it could potentially be useful for certain images or classes of images.
Forgot to mention: the
spoiler feature also works on the iOS SE App (because you can't hover, you click the hidden area. A subsequent click will follow any links).
Below is they spider image would look like in the referenced question.
Hover over the following image to see the BIG HAIRY SPIDER