HTML Characters, Entities and Symbols
you will find a complete list of characters, entities and
symbols as defined in HTML 4.01. You can try to
find cheap web hosting if you're starting to learn about
creating your website, so you can do some testing and
debugging for the characters and symbols actual appearance
online. There are two ways that you
can use these characters in your HTML documents, firstly,
you can use the entity code (®) or alternatively,
with most entities you can use the entity name (®).
Note: When using entity names they are case-sensitive.
- ASCII Character Set
The standard ASCII character set consists of 128 decimal numbers ranging from 0 through 127 assigned to letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and the most common special characters.
- Character Entity References
Character entity references, or entities for short, provide a method of entering characters that cannot be expressed in the document's character encoding or that cannot easily be entered on a keyboard.
- Greek Symbols
Here you will find the ASCII codes for the upper and lower case letters of the Greek alphabet. The Greek alphabet consists of twenty four letters.
- Mathematical Symbols
Provides a list of the current mathematical character entities.
- Other Symbols and Entities
Lists all other symbols, entities and characters that could not be placed in any of the above categories.