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HTML Character Reference

Overview of HTML Character Entity References – not all of them, just the commonly used and somehow handy. If you need the complete set, see official HTML5 character entity reference instead.

Note: When using the “obscure” characters, be sure to use fonts that contain all the needed characters. Helvetica, Arial (for sans-serif) and Georgia, Apple Symbols (for serif) should work as intended.

Arrows

Common Characters

 
«
»
$
¢
£
¥
Ƀ
§
©
®
°
¹
²
³
µ

Not-so-common & Graphical

˜
¦
·

Mathematical

½
¼
¾
×
÷
±
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