Special HTML Characters
ISO8859-1.

For compatibility amoung browsers use the numeric codes.

Do you know you can create characters not found on the normal keyboard using an & and a ; with a small command between them. You can also do the same using &# and a ; with a command in between them. These are called ASCII commands.
What are listed below are the ASCII commands that produce certain characters not readily found on the keyboard. (some are though, just to keep the flow of the numbers)
There are ASCII commands for all the charaters found on the keyboard.

Entity NameNumeric Code Descriptive CodeCharacter
horizontal tab	  
line feed
  
carriage return
  
space   
exclamation point! !
quotation mark"""
hash mark# #
dollar sign$ $
percent sign% %
ampersand&&&
'' '
(( (
)) )
** *
++ +
,, ,
-- -
.. .
// /
00 0
11 1
22 2
33 3
44 4
55 5
66 6
77 7
88 8
99 9
:: :
;&#59; ;
less-than sign&#60;&lt;<
=&#61; =
greater-than sign&#62;&gt;>
?&#63; ?
@&#64; @
A&#65; A
B&#66; B
C&#67; C
D&#68; D
E&#69; E
F&#70; F
G&#71; G
H&#72; H
I&#73; I
J&#74; J
K&#75; K
L&#76; L
M&#77; M
N&#78; N
O&#79; O
P&#80; P
Q&#81; Q
R&#82; R
S&#83; S
T&#84; T
U&#85; U
V&#86; V
W&#87; W
X&#88; X
Y&#89; Y
Z&#90; Z
[&#91; [
\&#92; \
]&#93; ]
^&#94; ^
_&#95; _
`&#96; `
a&#97; a
b&#98; b
c&#99; c
d&#100; d
e&#101; e
f&#102; f
g&#103; g
h&#104; h
i&#105; i
j&#106; j
k&#107; k
l&#108; l
m&#109; m
n&#110; n
o&#111; o
p&#112; p
q&#113; q
r&#114; r
s&#115; s
t&#116; t
u&#117; u
v&#118; v
w&#119; w
x&#120; x
y&#121; y
z&#122; z
{&#123; {
|&#124; |
}&#125; }
~&#126; ~
?&#127; 
unused&#128; 
unused&#129; 
non-standard: comma&#130;&sbquo;
non-standard: florin&#131;&fnof;ƒ
non-standard: rising double quote (low)&#132;&bdquo;
non-standard: ellipsis&#133;&hellip;
non-standard: dagger&#134;&dagger;
non-standard: double dagger&#135;&Dagger;
non-standard: circumflex&#136;use caretˆ
non-standard: permil&#137;use percent sign
non-standard: scaron&#138;&Scaron;Š
non-standard: left single angle bracket&#139;&lt;
non-standard: Capital OE ligature&#140;&OElig;Œ
unused&#141; 
unused&#142; Ž
unused&#143; 
unused&#144; 
non standard: left single quote&#145;&lsquo;
non standard: right single quote&#146;
non standard: left double quote&#147;
non standard: right double quote&#148;
non standard: bullet&#149;&bull;
non standard: en dash&#150;&ndash;
non standard: em dash&#151;&mdash;
non standard: tilde&#152;&tilde;˜
non standard: trade&#153;&trade;
non standard: scaron&#154;&scaron;š
non standard: greater than&#155;&gt;
non standard: oe&#156;œœ
unused&#157; 
unused&#158; ž
Y&#159;&Yuml;Ÿ
non-breaking space&#160;&nbsp; 
inverted exclamation mark&#161;&iexcl;¡
cent sign &#162;&cent;¢
pound sterling&#163;&pound;£
general currency sign&#164;&curren;¤
yen sign&#165;&yen;¥
broken vertical bar&#166;&brvbar;¦
section sign&#167;&sect;§
umlaut(dieresis)&#168;&uml;¨
copyright&#169;&copy;©
feminine ordinal indicator&#170;&ordf;ª
left pointing double angle quotation mark, guillemot left&#171;&laquo;«
not sign&#172;&not;¬
soft hyphen&#173;&shy;­
registered sign&#174;&reg;®
macron accent&#175;&macr;¯
degree sign&#176;&deg;°
plus-minus sign&#177;&plusmn;±
superscript two&#178;&sup2;²
superscript three&#179;&sup3;³
acute accent&#180;&acute;´
micro sign (Mu)&#181;&micro;µ
pilcrow sign&#182;&para;
middle dot&#183;&middot;·
cedilla&#184;&cedil;¸
superscript one&#185;&sup1;¹
masculine ordinal indicator&#186;&ordm;º
right-pointing double angle quotation mark, guillemot right &#187;&raquo;»
vulgar fraction one quarter&#188;&frac14;¼
vulgar fraction one half&#189;&frac12;½
vulgar fraction three quarters&#190;&frac34;¾
inverted question mark&#191;&iquest;¿
capital A, grave accent&#192;&Agrave;À
capital A, acute accent&#193;&Aacute;Á
capital A, circumflex accent&#194;&Acirc; Â
capital A, tilde&#195;&Atilde;Ã
capital A, diaeresis or umlaut mark&#196;&Auml;Ä
capital A, ring (Angstrom)&#197;&Aring;Å
capital AE diphthong (ligature)&#198;&AElig;Æ
capital C, cedilla&#199;&Ccedil;Ç
capital E, grave accent&#200;&Egrave;È
capital E, acute accent&#201;&Eacute;É
capital E, circumflex accent&#202;&Ecirc;Ê
capital E, dieresis or umlaut mark&#203;&Euml;Ë
capital I, grave accent&#204;&Igrave;Ì
capital I, acute accent&#205;&Iacute;Í
capital I, circumflex accent&#206;&Icirc;Î
capital I, dieresis or umlaut mark&#207;&Iuml;Ï
capital Eth, Icelandic&#208;&ETH;Ð
capital N, tilde&#209;&Ntilde;Ñ
capital O, grave accent&#210;&Ograve;Ò
capital O, acute accent&#211;&Oacute;Ó
capital O, circumflex accent&#212;&Ocirc;Ô
capital O, tilde&#213;&Otilde;Õ
capital O, dieresis or umlaut mark&#214;&Ouml;Ö
multiplication sign&#215;&times;×
capital O, slash&#216;&Oslash;Ø
capital U, grave accent&#217;&Ugrave;Ù
capital U, acute accent&#218;&Uacute;Ú
capital U, circumflex accent&#219;&Ucirc;Û
capital U, dieresis or umlaut mark&#220;&Uuml;Ü
capital Y, acute accent&#221;&Yacute;Ý
capital THORN, Icelandic&#222;&THORN;Þ
small sharp s, German (sz ligature)&#223;&szlig;ß
small a, grave accent&#224;&agrave;à
small a, acute accent&#225;&aacute;á
small a, circumflex accent&#226;&acirc;â
small a, tilde&#227;&atilde;ã
small a, dieresis or umlaut mark&#228;&auml;ä
small a, ring&#229;&aring;å
small ae diphthong (ligature)&#230;&aelig;æ
small c, cedilla&#231;&ccedil;ç
small e, grave accent&#232;&egrave;è
small e, acute accent&#233;&eacute;é
small e, circumflex accent&#234;&ecirc;ê
small e, dieresis or umlaut mark&#235;&euml;ë
small i, grave accent&#236;&igrave;ì
small i, acute accent&#237;&iacute;í
small i, circumflex accent&#238;&icirc;î
small i, dieresis or umlaut mark&#239;&iuml;ï
small eth, Icelandic&#240;&eth;ð
small n, tilde&#241;&ntilde;ñ
small o, grave accent&#242;&ograve;ò
small o, acute accent&#243;&oacute;ó
small o, circumflex accent&#244;&ocirc;ô
small o, tilde&#245;&otilde;õ
small o, dieresis or umlaut mark&#246;&ouml;ö
division sign&#247;&divide;÷
small o, slash&#248;&oslash;ø
small u, grave accent&#249;&ugrave;ù
small u, acute accent&#250;&uacute;ú
small u, circumflex accent&#251;&ucirc;û
small u, dieresis or umlaut mark&#252;&uuml;ü
small y, acute accent&#253;&yacute;ý
small thorn, Icelandic&#254;&thorn;þ
small y, dieresis or umlaut mark&#255;&yuml;ÿ

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