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HTML Character Entities 1

 
 
Space
!
!
Exclam­ation mark
"
"
Quotation mark
#
#
Pound / hash
$
$
Dollar sign
%
%
Percent sign
&
&
Ampersand
'
`
Apostrophe
(
(
Left bracket
)
)
Right bracket
*
*
Asterisk
+
+
Plus
,
,
Comma
-
-
Hyphen
.
.
Period
/
/
Forward Slash
0
0
Zero
1
1
One
2
2
Two
3
3
Three
4
4
Four
5
5
Five
6
6
Six
7
7
Seven
8
8
Eight
9
9
Nine
:
:
Colon
&#59;
;
Semicolon
<
<
Less than
&#61;
=
Equals
&#62;
>
Greater than
&#63;
?
Question mark
&#64;
@
"­At" symbol
&#65;
A
Upper case A
&#66;
B
Upper case B
&#67;
C
Upper case C
&#68;
D
Upper case D
&#69;
E
Upper case E
&#70;
F
Upper case F
&#71;
G
Upper case G
&#72;
H
Upper case H
&#73;
I
Upper case I
&#74;
J
Upper case J
&#75;
K
Upper case K
&#76;
L
Upper case L
&#77;
M
Upper case M
&#78;
N
Upper case N
&#79;
O
Upper case O
&#80;
P
Upper case P
&#81;
Q
Upper case Q
&#82;
R
Upper case R
&#83;
S
Upper case S
&#84;
T
Upper case T
&#85;
U
Upper case U
&#86;
V
Upper case V
&#87;
W
Upper case W
&#88;
X
Upper case X
&#89;
Y
Upper case Y
&#90;
Z
Upper case Z
&#91;
[
Left square bracket
&#92;
\
Backslash
&#93;
]
Right square bracket
&#94;
^
Caret
&#95;
_
Underscore
&#96;
`
Single quote / backtick
 

HTML Character Entities 2

&#97;
a
Lower case a
&#98;
b
Lower case b
&#99;
c
Lower case c
&#100;
d
Lower case d
&#101;
e
Lower case e
&#102;
f
Lower case f
&#103;
g
Lower case g
&#104;
h
Lower case h
&#105;
i
Lower case i
&#106;
j
Lower case j
&#107;
k
Lower case k
&#108;
l
Lower case l
&#109;
m
Lower case m
&#110;
n
Lower case n
&#111;
o
Lower case o
&#112;
p
Lower case p
&#113;
q
Lower case q
&#114;
r
Lower case r
&#115;
s
Lower case s
&#116;
t
Lower case t
&#117;
u
Lower case u
&#118;
v
Lower case v
&#119;
w
Lower case w
&#120;
x
Lower case x
&#121;
y
Lower case y
&#122;
z
Lower case z
&#123;
{
Left curly brace
&#124;
|
Pipe
&#125;
}
Right curly brace
&#126;
~
Tilde
&#127;
 
Delete
&#160;
 
Non-br­eaking space
&#161;
¡
Inverted exclam­ation mark
&#162;
¢
Cent symbol
&#163;
£
Pound symbol
&#164;
¤
Currency symbol
&#165;
¥
Yen symbol
&#166;
¦
Broken pipe
&#167;
§
Section symbol
&#168;
¨
Umlaut
&#169;
©
Copyright
&#170;
ª
Feminine ordinal
&#171;
«
Double­-left arrow
&#172;
¬
"­Not­" symbol
&#173;
 
Soft hyphen
&#174;
®
Registered
&#175;
¯
Overline
&#176;
°
Degree symbol
&#177;
±
Plus or minus
&#178;
²
Squared
&#179;
³
Cubed
&#180;
´
Acute accent
&#181;
µ
Micro symbol
&#182;
Paragraph symbol
&#183;
·
Middle dot
&#184;
¸
Cedilla
&#185;
¹
Supers­cript 1
&#186;
º
Masculine ordinal
&#187;
»
Double­-right arrow
&#188;
¼
One quarter
&#189;
½
One half
 

HTML Character Entities 3

&#190;
¾
Three quarters
&#191;
¿
Inverted question mark
&#192;
À
A with grave
&#193;
Á
A with acute
&#194;
Â
A with circumflex
&#195;
Ã
A with tilde
&#196;
Ä
A with umlaut
&#197;
Å
A with ring
&#198;
Æ
AE
&#199;
Ç
C with cedilla
&#200;
È
E with grave
&#201;
É
E with acute
&#202;
Ê
E with circumflex
&#203;
Ë
E with umlaut
&#204;
Ì
I with grave
&#205;
Í
I with acute
&#206;
Î
I with circumflex
&#207;
Ï
I with umlaut
&#208;
Ð
ETH
&#209;
Ñ
N with tilde
&#210;
Ò
O with grave
&#211;
Ó
O with acute
&#212;
Ô
O with circumflex
&#213;
Õ
O with tilde
&#214;
Ö
O with umlaut
&#215;
×
Multiply symbol
&#216;
Ø
O with slash
&#217;
Ù
U with grave
&#218;
Ú
U with acute
&#219;
Û
U with circumflex
&#220;
Ü
U with umlaut
&#221;
Ý
Y with acute
&#222;
Þ
THORN
&#223;
ß
Sharp S
&#224;
à
a with grave
&#225;
á
a with acute
&#226;
â
a with circumflex
&#227;
ã
a with tilde
&#228;
ä
a with umlaut
&#229;
å
a with ring
&#230;
æ
ae
&#231;
ç
c with cedilla
&#232;
è
e with grave
&#233;
é
e with acute
&#234;
ê
e with circumflex
&#235;
ë
e with umlaut
&#236;
ì
i with grave
&#237;
í
i with acute
&#238;
î
i with circumflex
&#239;
ï
i with umlaut
&#240;
ð
ETH
&#241;
ñ
n with tilde
&#242;
ò
o with grave
&#243;
ó
o with acute
&#244;
ô
o with circumflex
&#245;
õ
o with tilde
&#246;
ö
o with umlaut
&#247;
÷
Divide symbol
&#248;
ø
o with slash
&#249;
ù
u with grave
&#250;
ú
u with acute
&#251;
û
u with circumflex
&#252;
ü
u with umlaut
&#253;
ý
y with acute
&#254;
þ
THORN
&#255;
ÿ
y with umlaut

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Comments

fredv fredv, 10:02 28 Nov 11

Hi Dave, great site !
The problem with this one is that it is more than one-page long.
Maybe font size should be changed .. one new feature :)

rob rob, 16:18 22 Oct 12

Agree with fredv but also what about characters #128-159?

Tony B Tony B, 08:59 14 Feb 14

@rob, 128-159 are not defined in HTML 4 standard, which it appears this list is based off of.

danica furuseth danica furuseth, 14:14 12 Aug 14

why does the list start at &#32;?
I have this code which messed up an export: &#31;
what character is this supposed to be?

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