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Online Tools: HTML Character Codes

In HTML, you cannot simply enter special characters into the source: you have to use special character codes. Since some of these are kind of difficult to remember, we have created a list of them for you.

Just insert the HTML code listed on the right, and the character on the left will appear.

Symbol HTML Code
   
¡ ¡
¢ ¢
£ £
¤ ¤
¥ ¥
¦ ¦
§ §
¨ ¨
© ©
ª ª
« «
¬ ¬
­ ­
® ®
¯ ¯
± ±
° °
¹ ¹
² ²
³ ³
´ ´
µ µ
¶
· ·
¸ ¸
º º
» »
¼ ¼
½ ½
¾ ¾
¿ ¿
À À
Á Á
 Â
à Ã
Ä Ä
Å Å
Æ Æ
Ç Ç
È È
É É
Ê Ê
Ë Ë
Ì Ì
Í Í
Î Î
Ï Ï
Symbol HTML Code
Ð Ð
Ñ Ñ
Ò Ò
Ó Ó
Ô Ô
Õ Õ
Ö Ö
× ×
Ø Ø
Ù Ù
Ú Ú
Û Û
Ü Ü
Ý Ý
Þ Þ
ß ß
à à
á á
â â
ã ã
ä ä
å å
ç ç
è è
é é
ê ê
ë ë
ì ì
í í
î î
ï ï
ð ð
ñ ñ
ò ò
ó ó
ô ô
õ õ
ö ö
÷ ÷
ø ø
ù ù
ú ú
û û
ü ü
ý ý
þ þ
ÿ ÿ


Latest comments
Name: Dan HughesEmail danhughes at armedandwilling dot com
You should add the subscript numbers too: <sub>1</sub>
Name: Dan HughesEmail danhughes at armedandwilling dot com
With HTML and other Proccesors number equivelants won't work. If you are using a post method to update your site and try that the entire feild will blank. HTML has an equivelant for every num-pad combination.
Name: DanielEmail use contact form
Sorry, I don't see in what way it is better to use the numerical equivalent. Could you explain this to me?

As I see it, there's no reason to use them when it's not necessary, since they mean nothing to a human...
Name: El TrunculoEmail none
What would also be helpful would be the numerical equivalents (e.g., #8212;), since they're more cross-browser compliant and are more likely to work in the future.
Name: DanielEmail use contact form
Jay: Done Smile.
Name: JayEmail none
Could you reformat it to break it down into columns to make it easier to locate characters without having to scroll so much?
Name: BennieEmail benniet at cableone dot net
This comes in very handy when I am working with a foreign language. Thanks.

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