HTML Special Characters

HTML Symbol Codes

    These HTML symbol codes include letters from foreign alphabets and special symbols. This is where you find things like the HTML Indent code.

CharacterNum CodeName Code
ààà
ááá
âââ
ããã
äää
ååå
æææ
ÀÀÀ
ÁÁÁ
ÂÂÂ
ÃÃÃ
ÄÄÄ
ÅÅÅ
ÆÆÆ
èèè
ééé
êêê
ëêë
ÈÈÈ
ÉÉÉ
ÊÊÊ
ËËË
ììì
ííí
îî&cicirc;
ïïï
ÌÌÌ
ÍÍÍ
ÎÎÎ
CharacterNum CodeName Code
ÏÏÏ
òòò
óóó
ôôô
õõõ
ööö
øøø
œœ 
ÒÒÒ
ÓÓÓ
ÔÔÔ
ÕÕÕ
ÖÖÖ
ØØØ
ùùù
úúú
ûûû
üüü
ÙÙÙ
ÚÚÚ
ÛÛÛ
ÜÜÜ
ÿÿÿ
ŸŸ 
ççç
ÇÇÇ
ßßß
ñññ
ÑÑÑ


Symbols

    The symbols are generally used for mathematics or currency. You will also find some legal symbols like ™ and ©.

CharacterNum CodeName Code
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“ 
” 
«««
»»»
## 
&&&
<&#60;&lt;
>&#62;&gt;
¬&#172;&not;
±&#177;&plusmn;
÷&#247;&divide;
µ&#181;&micro;
¼&#188;&frac14;
½&#189;&frac12;
¾&#190;&frac34;
¯&#175;&hibar;
%&#37; 
¢&#162;&cent;
$&#36; 
£&#163;&pound;
CharacterNum CodeName Code
¥&#165;&yen;
&#153; 
©&#169; 
®&#174; 
@&#64; 
&#133; 
¡&#161;&iexcl;
¿&#191;&iquest;
¦&#166;&brkbar;
&#149; 
º&#186;&deg;
§&#167; 
&#182; 
º&#186; 
ª&#170; 
¹&#185;&sup1;
²&#178;&sup2;
³&#179;&sup3
­&#173;&shy;
 &#160;&nbsp;


    The shaded areas indicate the characters listed in are only good if you are quite sure your audience is DOS/Windows only people. The Mac and others won't see what you want them to.

    Other ways exist to make these characters. The fractions can be made using the superscript <sup></sup> and subscript <sub></sub> tags for the numbers with a slash (/) in between. In fact you could make any fraction this way.

    Other characters can be made using graphics if nothing else works.

    You can use HTML &nbsp code is the HTML code for space. The HTML code for tab is simply the HTML &nbsp code several times.

    Unwritten spaces simply means a name code does not exist for this character.