HTML Special Character Codes
Browse special HTML symbols and find their character codes in the categories above. Every character has a code available in the following format Ӓ. Some of them has a more human-friendly entity code available which is not so widely supported in older browsers. An entity format example: & (amersand).
As you can see on the attached image, the characters might not render the same in each browser.
How to use?
Switch between large and small thumbnail list clicking the ⊞ icon on the top right corner of the list. Click to select the desired code format and copy it to use in your document.
Try the selected character in various font sizes, font-weight and font-style clicking the ⤦ in the thumbnails. This will populate the interactive editors with a demo content. Change the HTML and CSS codes to test various formats.
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