HTML Entities

The first row is the character. The second row is the "entity number". The third row, if present, is the "entity name". Characters can be produced by typing an ampersand, then the entity name or number, followed by a semicolon. For example, ¼ can be produced by typing ¼ or ¼.

All characters from 160 to 255 have an HTML entity name per ISO 8859-1. Entity names for some other characters are supported by some browsers, but compatibility cannot be guaranteed. Other than characters 160 through 255, only five characters are required to be supported by all HTML and XHTML processors: ", ', &, <, and >. Other than those five reserved characters, there is typically never a need to render a character below 128 by using HTML entity numbers, but they are presented anyway.

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