Changeset 291 in t29-www for en


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Timestamp:
Sep 7, 2012, 11:50:24 AM (7 years ago)
Author:
heribert
Message:

Final Release der Homepage:

  • /de/news.php: Bilder in Navigationsleiste entfernt
  • LPG21-Bild ausgetauscht
  • Footer: Wieder alten Text aus alter Homepage reingepackt
  • Beam-Menü deaktiviert
  • Relationale Navigation Heriberts Wünschen angepasst
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en
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  • en/computer/early-computers.shtm

    r286 r291  
    2727        <!-- Implementierung dafür steht im common.css, Zeile 300ff. -->
    2828    <div class="box center" style="position:relative;">
    29        <div style="position:absolute; top:0px;"><img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/lgp-21.jpg" width="967" height="443" alt="LGP 21 Computeranlage" />
     29       <div style="position:absolute; top:0px;"><img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/lgp-21.jpg" width="872" height="414" alt="LGP 21 Computeranlage" />
    3030</div>
    3131        <div style="height: 443px;">&nbsp;</div>
  • en/computer/gamma10.php

    r287 r291  
    131131        soon.</p>
    132132
    133      <div class="box left clear-after">
    134         <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/anelex-drucker.jpg"
    135           alt="ANELEX high speed printer" width="485" height="423" />
    136         <div class="bildtext">
    137           <p><b>ANELEX high speed printer, series 5</b>,
    138              with lifted cover.</p>
    139                   <p>This printer could be a good auxillary device to the GAMMA 10
    140                      computer: It is a drum printer, like the original printer,
    141                          and the cirtcuitry operates also on a negative logic level
    142                          (germanium transistors). Anelex uses a core memory for the
    143                          buffer, too. Anyway the printer cannot simply be plugged into
    144                          the computer, because the original BULL printer works with
    145                          the buffer memory which is placed directly in the CPU of the
    146                          GAMMA 10. Since we don't want to modify the GAMMA 10 internal
    147                          architecture, we currently implement a microcontroller driven
    148                          interface between those two systems.
    149                   </p>
    150         </div>
    151      </div>
  • en/computer/punchcard.php

    r287 r291  
    105105    </div>
    106106       
     107       
    107108        <h3>Collators</h3>
    108109
    109     <div class="box center auto-bildbreite">
     110    <div class="box left clear-after">
    110111        <a href="/en/devices/punchcard-collator.shtm" name="backlink-ibm077"><img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm77.jpg" alt="IBM 077" width="450" height="526" /></a>
    111112        <p class="bildtext"><b>IBM punch card collator 077</b></p>
    112         </div>
    113        
    114         <p>
     113                <p>
    115114            The picture above shows the back of a collator, year of manufacture 1959.
    116115                The collector reads 480 cards per minute. It is capable of changing the
     
    125124             <br />The programs could be changed by replacing the programing field.
    126125             <br/><a class="go" href="/en/devices/punchcard-collator.shtm">The function of the punch card collator</a>
    127     </p>
     126                </p>
     127        </div>
    128128
    129     <div class="box center auto-bildbreite">
     129    <div class="box left clear-after">
    130130         <a href="/en/devices/punchcard-collator.shtm"><img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/bull-mischer.jpg" alt="Bull punch card collator 56.00" width="450" height="536" /></a>
    131131         <p class="bildtext"><b>Bull punch card collator 56.00.</b></p>
    132     </div>
    133        
    134         <p>
     132                <p>
    135133            This very big device features very much chrome and almost 1000 relays,
    136134                assembled to allow developers to implement varoius mixing algorithms
     
    138136                one working cycle. Depending on the task, the device could process about
    139137                250 - 500 cards per minute.
    140     </p>
     138                </p>
     139        </div>
    141140       
    142141        <h3>Card interpreter</h3>
    143142       
    144     <div class="box center auto-bildbreite">
     143    <div class="box left clear-after">
    145144         <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm_548.jpg" alt="IBM 548" width="450" height="509" />
    146145         <p class="bildtext"><b>IBM 548</b></p>
    147     </div>
     146                <p>
     147                        A huge punch card interpreter made by IBM. This machine can label 60 cards
     148                        per minute in 60 cols and two rows, according to the settings which you can set.
     149                </p>
     150        </div>
     151
     152        <h3>ANELEX high speed printer</h3>
     153     <div class="box left clear-after">
     154        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/anelex-drucker.jpg"
     155          alt="ANELEX high speed printer" width="485" height="423" />
     156        <div class="bildtext">
     157          <p><b>ANELEX high speed printer, series 5</b>,
     158             with lifted cover.</p>
     159                  <p>This printer could be a good auxillary device to the GAMMA 10
     160                     computer: It is a drum printer, like the original printer,
     161                         and the cirtcuitry operates also on a negative logic level
     162                         (germanium transistors). Anelex uses a core memory for the
     163                         buffer, too. Anyway the printer cannot simply be plugged into
     164                         the computer, because the original BULL printer works with
     165                         the buffer memory which is placed directly in the CPU of the
     166                         GAMMA 10. Since we don't want to modify the GAMMA 10 internal
     167                         architecture, we currently implement a microcontroller driven
     168                         interface between those two systems.
     169                  </p>
     170        </div>
     171     </div>
    148172       
    149     <p>
    150             A huge punch card interpreter made by IBM. This machine can label 60 cards
    151         per minute in 60 cols and two rows, according to the settings which you can set.
    152     </p>
  • en/navigation.xml

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    4747                        <li><a href="/en/computer/punchcard.php#DUMME-VERLINKUNG">Punch card computing</a>
    4848                                <ul class="u3">
    49                                         <li><a seiten_id="lochkarten" href="/en/computer/punchcard.php">Punchers</a></li>
     49                                        <li><a seiten_id="lochkarten" href="/en/computer/punchcard.php" title="Punchers and Periphery">Punchers</a></li>
    5050                                        <li><a seiten_id="tabelliermaschine" href="/en/computer/tabulating-machine.php">Tabulating machine</a></li>
    5151                                        <li><a seiten_id="gamma3" href="/en/computer/gamma3.php">BULL GAMMA 3</a></li>
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