XHTML Character Entity Reference

XHTML Character Entity Reference
If you design web sites or post to a blog, you’re probably familiar with some of the most common character entities such as & (the ampersand), < and > (The < and > symbols) and so forth.

Digital Media Minute offers a great chart that goes beyond these basic symbols and shows you how to include Σ’s and â„œ’s, â„¢’s and €’s. For example, to add a â„¢ symbol, use the ™ sequence. Pop over to their site and check out all the great characters you’ve been missing.

I think I am going to have to create a Cheat Sheet category at the rate I keep finding them. (Still it’s easier than creating the cheat sheets).


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