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By Nick Finck

Published on August 29, 1999

HTML Symbol (Description)

� -    (Unused)
	   (Horizontal tab)

   (Line feed)
 -    (Unused)

   (Carriage Return)
 -    (Unused)
    (Space)
! ! (Exclamation mark)
" " (Quotation mark)
# # (Number sign)
$ $ (Dollar sign)
% % (Percent sign)
& & (Ampersand)
' ' (Apostrophe)
( ( (Left parenthesis)
) ) (Right parenthesis)
* * (Asterisk)
+ + (Plus sign)
, , (Comma)
- - (Hyphen)
. . (Period (fullstop))
/ / (Solidus (slash)

0 0 (Digit 0)
1 1 (Digit 1)
2 2 (Digit 2)
3 3 (Digit 3)
4 4 (Digit 4)
5 5 (Digit 5)
6 6 (Digit 6)
7 7 (Digit 7)
8 8 (Digit 8)
9 9 (Digit 9)

: : (Colon)
&#59; ; (Semi-colon)
&#60; < (Less than)
&#61; = (Equals sign)
&#62; > (Greater than)
&#63; ? (Question mark)
&#64; @ (Commercial at)

&#65; A (Capital letter A)
&#66; B (Capital letter B)
&#67; C (Capital letter C)
&#68; D (Capital letter D)
&#69; E (Capital letter E)
&#70; F (Capital letter F)
&#71; G (Capital letter G)
&#72; H (Capital letter H)
&#73; I (Capital letter I)
&#74; J (Capital letter J)
&#75; K (Capital letter K)
&#76; L (Capital letter L)
&#77; M (Capital letter M)
&#78; N (Capital letter N)
&#79; O (Capital letter O)
&#80; P (Capital letter P)
&#81; Q (Capital letter Q)
&#82; R (Capital letter R)
&#83; S (Capital letter S)
&#84; T (Capital letter T)
&#85; U (Capital letter U)
&#86; V (Capital letter V)
&#87; W (Capital letter W)
&#88; X (Capital letter X)
&#89; Y (Capital letter Y)
&#90; Z (Capital letter Z)

&#91; [ (Left square bracket)
&#92; \ (Reverse solidus (backslash))
&#93; ] (Right square bracket)
&#94; ^ (Caret)
&#95; _ (Horizontal bar)
&#96; ` (Grave accent)

&#97; a (Small letter a)
&#98; b (Small letter b)
&#99; c (Small letter c)
&#100; d (Small letter d)
&#101; e (Small letter e)
&#102; f (Small letter f)
&#103; g (Small letter g)
&#104; h (Small letter h)
&#105; i (Small letter i)
&#106; j (Small letter j)
&#107; k (Small letter k)
&#108; l (Small letter l)
&#109; m (Small letter m)
&#110; n (Small letter n)
&#111; o (Small letter o)
&#112; p (Small letter p)
&#113; q (Small letter q)
&#114; r (Small letter r)
&#115; s (Small letter s)
&#116; t (Small letter t)
&#117; u (Small letter u)
&#118; v (Small letter v)
&#119; w (Small letter w)
&#120; x (Small letter x)
&#121; y (Small letter y)
&#122; z (Small letter z)

&#123; { (Left french brace)
&#124; | (Vertical bar)
&#125; } (Right french brace)
&#126; ~ (Tilde)
&#127; - &#159;   (Unused)
&#160;   (Non-breaking space)
&#161; ¡ (Inverted exclamation)
&#162; ¢ (Cent sign)
&#163; £ (Pound sterling)
&#164; ¤ (General currency sign)
&#165; ¥ (Yen sign)
&#166; ¦ (Broken vertical bar)
&#167; § (Section sign)
&#168; ¨ (Umlaut (dieresis))
&#169; © (Copyright)
&#170; ª (Feminine ordinal)
&#171; « (Left angle quote, guillemotleft)
&#172; ¬ (Not sign)
&#173; ­ (Soft hyphen)
&#174; ® (Registered trademark)
&#175; ¯ (Macron accent)
&#176; ° (Degree sign)
&#177; ± (Plus or minus)
&#178; ² (Superscript two)
&#179; ³ (Superscript three)
&#180; ´ (Acute accent)
&#181; µ (Micro sign)
&#182; (Paragraph sign)
&#183; · (Middle dot)
&#184; ¸ (Cedilla)
&#185; ¹ (Superscript one)
&#186; º (Masculine ordinal)
&#187; » (Right angle quote, guillemotright)
&#188; ¼ (Fraction one-fourth)
&#189; ½ (Fraction one-half)
&#190; ¾ (Fraction three-fourths)
&#191; ¿ (Inverted question mark)

&#192; À (Capital A, grave accent)
&#193; Á (Capital A, acute accent)
&#194; Â (Capital A, circumflex accent)
&#195; Ã (Capital A, tilde)
&#196; Ä (Capital A, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#197; Å (Capital A, ring)
&#198; Æ (Capital AE diphthong (ligature))
&#199; Ç (Capital C, cedilla)
&#200; È (Capital E, grave accent)
&#201; É (Capital E, acute accent)
&#202; Ê (Capital E, circumflex accent)
&#203; Ë (Capital E, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#204; Ì (Capital I, grave accent)
&#205; Í (Capital I, acute accent)
&#206; Î (Capital I, circumflex accent)
&#207; Ï (Capital I, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#208; Ð (Capital Eth, Icelandic)
&#209; Ñ (Capital N, tilde)
&#210; Ò (Capital O, grave accent)
&#211; Ó (Capital O, acute accent)
&#212; Ô (Capital O, circumflex accent)
&#213; Õ (Capital O, tilde)
&#214; Ö (Capital O, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#215; × (Multiply sign)
&#216; Ø (Capital O, slash)
&#217; Ù (Capital U, grave accent)
&#218; Ú (Capital U, acute accent)
&#219; Û (Capital U, circumflex accent)
&#220; Ü (Capital U, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#221; Ý (Capital Y, acute accent)
&#222; Þ (Capital THORN, Icelandic)
&#223; ß (Small sharp s, German (sz ligature))
&#224; à (Small a, grave accent)
&#225; á (Small a, acute accent)
&#226; â (Small a, circumflex accent)
&#227; ã (Small a, tilde)
&#228; ä (Small a, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#229; å (Small a, ring)
&#230; æ (Small ae diphthong (ligature))
&#231; ç (Small c, cedilla)
&#232; è (Small e, grave accent)
&#233; é (Small e, acute accent)
&#234; ê (Small e, circumflex accent)
&#235; ë (Small e, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#236; ì (Small i, grave accent)
&#237; í (Small i, acute accent)
&#238; î (Small i, circumflex accent)
&#239; ï (Small i, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#240; ð (Small eth, Icelandic)
&#241; ñ (Small n, tilde)
&#242; ò (Small o, grave accent)
&#243; ó (Small o, actue accent)
&#244; ô (Small o, circumflex accent)
&#245; õ (Small o, tilde)
&#246; ö (Small o, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#247; ÷ (Division sign)
&#248; ø (Small o, slash)
&#249; ù (Small u, grave accent)
&#250; ú (Small u, acute accent)
&#251; û (Small u, circumflex accent)
&#252; ü (Small u, dieresis or umlaut mark)
&#253; ý (Small y, acute accent)
&#254; þ (Small thorn, Icelandic)
&#255; ÿ (Small y, dieresis or umlaut mark)
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Nick Finck is a 13-year veteran of the web and considered a web craftsman by trade. His skills traverse web design, web development, user research, web analysis, information architecture, and web publishing. Nick founded his first web consultancy in 1994 in Portland, Oregon, and has since created web experiences for various Fortune 50 and 500 companies including Adobe, Boeing, Blue Cross / Blue Shield, Cisco, CitiGroup, FDIC, HP, IBM, Microsoft, PBS, Peet’s Coffee, and others. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington and is a co-founder of Blue Flavor, a web strategy company that focuses on people-centric solutions. More information about Nick can be found on his web site, NickFinck.com.

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