Welcome to HTMLsymbols.com!
Your one-stop source for all things related to HTML symbols, entities, and special characters. Our website offers a comprehensive list of HTML symbols, a step-by-step guide on how to use them, an entity converter, FAQs, and much more. Whether you're a web developer or just curious about these unique characters, we're here to help!
- Explore our comprehensive list of HTML symbols
- Learn how to use HTML symbols in your projects
- Try our HTML Entity Converter tool
HTML Symbols List
Our HTML Symbols List provides you with a wide range of HTML symbols and their corresponding entities. These symbols are grouped into categories for easy reference:
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How to Use HTML Symbols
In this section, you'll learn how to use HTML symbols and entities in your web development projects. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you get started:
- Choose the desired HTML symbol from our comprehensive list.
- Copy the corresponding HTML entity code.
- Paste the code into your HTML file where you want the symbol to appear.
To display the copyright symbol (©), use the following HTML entity code:
Tips for Using HTML Symbols Effectively:
- Ensure your HTML document has the proper DOCTYPE declaration to maintain compatibility.
- Use the UTF-8 character encoding to support a wide range of symbols.
HTML Entity Converter
Our HTML Entity Converter tool allows you to easily convert special characters to their corresponding HTML entities, and vice versa. To use the converter, follow these simple steps:
- Enter the special character or HTML entity code in the input field.
- Click the "Convert" button.
- The converted result will appear in the output field. Copy and paste the result as needed.
HTML Symbol FAQs
In this section, we answer frequently asked questions about HTML symbols, entities, and their usage:
- Q: Why are HTML entities necessary?
- A: HTML entities allow you to represent special characters that may not be supported by all browsers or that have a special meaning in HTML, such as angle brackets.
- Q: What is the difference between an HTML symbol and an HTML entity?
- A: An HTML symbol is a special character, while an HTML entity is the code used to represent that character in an HTML document.