HOW-TOAdd special characters in HTML codeANSWERVery often special characters, not present on the keyboard, need to be inserted in HTML. These include various punctuation marks and diacritics. In order to use such in HTML code, you must encode them with generic alpha-numeric characters. Basically, you can encode any character using its Unicode code, for example &#xxxx; where xxxx is its numeric representation. Below is a table with the most often used characters:
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