HTML character entity

Reserved characters in HTML must be replaced with character entities.

Some characters not found on the keyboard can also be replaced with character entities.

HTML entity

Some characters have special meaning in HTML. For example, the less than < indicates the beginning of HTML. This less than is not displayed in the web page we finally see. So what if we want to display a less than sign on the page?

This is to say HTML Character Entities.

A character entity (Character Entity) is divided into three parts: the first part is an ampersand, English is called ampersand; the second part is the entity (Entity) name or # plus entity (Entity) number; the third part is a semicolon.

For example, to display a less than sign, you can write < or <.

The advantage of using the Entity name is better. When you look at lt, you probably guess it is less than, but the disadvantage is that not all browsers support the latest Entity name. The Entity number can be processed by various browsers.

Combined phonetic symbol
The pronunciation symbol is a "glyph (glyph)" added to the letter.

Some diacritics, such as sharp notes ( ̀) and treble notes ( ́).

The diacritics can appear above and below the letter, or inside the letter, or between two letters.

The diacritics can be used in combination with letters and numeric characters.

Here are some examples:


Phonetic symbolCharacterConstruct Output result
  ̀ a        à
    ́     
 a       á
     ∧          
aâ
      ̃   
 a        ã
      ̀          
OÒ
      ́   
 O        Ó
    ∧    
O   Ô     Ô
      ̃    
O        Õ


HTML character entity

Entity names are case sensitive!

List of character entities     

     Show results     description     Entity name     Entity number

    Space        
     <    Less than sign    <    <
     >    Greater than    >    >
     &    And    &    &
     "    quotation marks    "    "
     '    apostrophe ' (IE does not support)    '
     ¢    Minute    ¢    ¢
     £    pound    £     £
     ¥    JPY    ¥    ¥
     €    EUR    €    €
     §    Section    §    §
     ©    copyright    ©    ©
     ®    Trademark    ®    ®
     TM     trademark    ™    ™
     ×    Multiplication sign    ×    ×
     ÷    Divide    ÷    ÷
    
To view the full HTML entity of this site: please click on the HTML entity reference manual.
     

    

  
     

 
    


    




   


   


   


   



HTML character entity

Entity names are case sensitive!

List of character entities

     Show results      description      Entity name      Entity number

    Space         
     <     Less than sign     <     <
     >     Greater than     >     >
     &     And     &     &
     "     quotation marks     "     "
     '     apostrophe ' (IE does not support)     '
     ¢     Minute     ¢     ¢
     £     pound     £     £
     ¥     JPY     ¥     ¥
     €     EUR     €     €
     §     Section     §     §
     ©     copyright     ©     ©
     ®     Trademark     ®     ®
     TM      trademark     ™     ™
     ×     Multiplication sign     ×     ×
     ÷     Divide     ÷     ÷
To view the full HTML entity of this site: please click on the HTML entity reference manual.



Last Updated: 2018-07-06 12:32:44 By akshay

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