XHTML Characters Reference Sheet

If you’ve done some XHTML, you’ll know that some special characters are written differently in than their normal out characters. Here are some examples:

  • & gives you &
  • &lt; gives you <
  • &gt; gives you >
  • &copy; gives you ©
  • &reg; gives you ®

I always wanted to find a complete listing of all special characters listing and how to present them in XHTML. Well, I’m glad to inform you that I’ve found it! Presenting: HTML/XHTML Character Entities.

Hope you find it as useful as I do!

3 responses to “XHTML Characters Reference Sheet”.

  1. ethel Says:

    Woohooo! Thanks for the list! I remember in my earlier days as a coder-wannabe, I would open the Microsoft Office and hit the “Insert Symbol” and look for the “©”. Copy and paste it on my code. LOL!!

  2. Site Admin Azmeen Says:

    Actually, if you don’t have MS Office installed you can still access the “weird characters” via the Character Map.

    Just hit Start » Run » and enter charmap in the box.

  3. papajoneh Says:

    thanks for this info.. i use the character map too but sometimes forgot still *duhh betul*