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    Default My new website.

    I'm having a bit of a renaissance with both my amateur radio and web page design. I usually learn better when I have a practical reason for doing something, such as when I tried learning javascript before, but couldn't think of any good purpose to put it to. So, I signed up to a free website hosting service and decided to write-up getting back into playing with radios.

    If anyone is interested in having a look at it, I'm open to constructive criticism and the like - I know it is a bit clunky at the moment, as for example, to jump between pages, you have to go back to the main contents page - I am trying to put together some javascript that I can reuse in every page that reads the current page's filename, then adds or subtracts one from the file number and makes a link so that you can go to the next or previous pages. This is instead of having a the same bit of HTML, but with different link addresses on every page.

    I guess it is technically a blog, but I don't like most blogs, as they are hard to navigate through, so I have also styled it like an old magazine I used buy back in the mid-80s, but if you're using a small screen, smaller than 800 px, like on a phone, it should collapse to a single, easy to read column.

    So, without further ado, I give you: https://oh8gad.neocities.org/

    Also, if anyone has any amateur radio related content, i could post it up there.

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    I have a similar power supply which I lent to my brother last week, got it back today and fixed a loose terminal post, blew out the dust and thought "this has to be over 30 years old"
    You know its old when the only IC is in a socket...

    That's a nice mod which I think will go onto my list of stuff to do.

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    The voltage/ammeter comes from banggood.com and cosys about five Euros. You can get them for 10, 50 and 100 amps.

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    There are div/li menus that you can put at the top of each page, just below the <,head> part.

    Here is a link to the one I use, note there are adverts.

    https://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/...enu--net-15129
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