HTML: Special characters or entities

Special characters are characters that are not included on a standard English keyboard.

An example would be copyright symbol ©.

We could either use the entity name &copy or the entity number to display the special character.

SymbolEntity NameEntity Number
& (ampersand)&&
< (less than)&lt;&#60;
> (greater than)&gt;&#62;
(nonbreaking space)&nbsp;&#160;
¢ (cent)&cent;&#162;
£ (pound)&pound;&#163;
¥ (yen)&yen;&#165;
© (copyright)&copy;&#169;
® (registered trademark)&reg;&#174;
° (degree)&deg;&#176;
± (plus or minus)&plusmn;&#177;
†(dagger)&dagger;&#8224;
™ (trademark)&trade;&#8482;
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head lang='en'>
    <meta charset='UTF-8'>
    <title>Special Characters</title>
</head>
<body>

<h4>Copyright &copy; Codecrawl&trade;</h4>

</body>
</html>
Special Characters

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