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Most common UTF-8 Special Characters

Here are the most common HTML 4.0 special characters from the UTF-8 Character Set. Specifically, we've listed the most important and most frequently used characters for UTF-8 character set.

Common HTML character codes for the UTF-8 Character Set

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In order to be specify the UTF-8 Character set, you will probably want to ensure that the following line appears in the head section of every web page.

<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html" charset="UTF-8">

A full Character Entity Reference for HTML 4.0 is available at: http://www.w3.org/TR/PR-html40/sgml/entities.html

The Unicode organization maintains a table of all the 1.1 million codes at http://www.unicode.org/charts/

Most common Latin Characters

Name Symb Decimal Hex Code Description ISO
&nbsp;    &#160; U+00A0 no-break space = non-breaking space ISOnum
&iexcl;  ¡ &#161; U+00A1 inverted exclamation mark ISOnum
&cent;  ¢ &#162; U+00A2 cent sign ISOnum
&pound;  £ &#163; U+00A3 pound sign ISOnum
&curren;  ¤ &#164; U+00A4 currency sign ISOnum
&yen;  ¥ &#165; U+00A5 yen sign = yuan sign ISOnum
&brvbar;  ¦ &#166; U+00A6 broken bar = broken vertical bar ISOnum
&sect;  § &#167; U+00A7 section sign ISOnum
&uml;  ¨ &#168; U+00A8 diaeresis = spacing diaeresis ISOdia
&copy;  © &#169; U+00A9 copyright sign ISOnum
&ordf;  ª &#170; U+00AA feminine ordinal indicator ISOnum
&laquo;  « &#171; U+00AB left-pointing double angle quotation mark = left pointing guillemet ISOnum
&not;  ¬ &#172; U+00AC not sign = discretionary hyphen ISOnum
&shy;  ­ &#173; U+00AD soft hyphen = discretionary hyphen ISOnum
&reg;  ® &#174; U+00AE registered sign = registered trade mark sign ISOnum
&macr;  ¯ &#175; U+00AF macron = spacing macron = overline = APL overbar ISOdia
&deg;  ° &#176; U+00B0 degree sign ISOnum
&plusmn;  ± &#177; U+00B1 plus-minus sign = plus-or-minus sign ISOnum
&sup2;  ² &#178; U+00B2 superscript two = superscript digit two = squared ISOnum
&sup3;  ³ &#179; U+00B3 superscript three = superscript digit three = cubed ISOnum
&acute;  ´ &#180; U+00B4 acute accent = spacing acute ISOdia
&micro;  µ &#181; U+00B5 micro sign ISOnum
&para;  ¶ &#182; U+00B6 pilcrow sign = paragraph sign ISOnum
&middot;  · &#183; U+00B7 middle dot = Georgian comma = Greek middle dot ISOnum
&cedil;  ¸ &#184; U+00B8 cedilla = spacing cedilla ISOdia
&sup1;  ¹ &#185; U+00B9 superscript one = superscript digit one ISOnum
&ordm;  º &#186; U+00BA masculine ordinal indicator ISOnum
&raquo;  » &#187; U+00BB right-pointing double angle quotation mark = right pointing guillemet ISOnum
&frac14;  ¼ &#188; U+00BC vulgar fraction one quarter = fraction one quarter ISOnum
&frac12;  ½ &#189; U+00BD vulgar fraction one half = fraction one half ISOnum
&frac34;  ¾ &#190; U+00BE vulgar fraction three quarters = fraction three quarters ISOnum
&iquest;  ¿ &#191; U+00BF inverted question mark = turned question mark ISOnum
&Agrave;  À &#192; U+00C0 Latin capital letter A with grave = Latin capital letter A grave ISOlat1
&Aacute;  Á &#193; U+00C1 Latin capital letter A with acute ISOlat1
&Acirc;  Â &#194; U+00C2 Latin capital letter A with circumflex ISOlat1
&Atilde;  Ã &#195; U+00C3 Latin capital letter A with tilde ISOlat1
&Auml;  Ä &#196; U+00C4 Latin capital letter A with diaeresis ISOlat1
&Aring;  Å &#197; U+00C5 Latin capital letter A with ring above = Latin capital letter A ring ISOlat1
&AElig;  Æ &#198; U+00C6 Latin capital letter AE = Latin capital ligature AE ISOlat1
&Ccedil;  Ç &#199; U+00C7 Latin capital letter C with cedilla ISOlat1
&Egrave;  È &#200; U+00C8 Latin capital letter E with grave ISOlat1
&Eacute;  É &#201; U+00C9 Latin capital letter E with acute ISOlat1
&Ecirc;  Ê &#202; U+00CA Latin capital letter E with circumflex ISOlat1
&Euml;  Ë &#203; U+00CB Latin capital letter E with diaeresis ISOlat1
&Igrave;  Ì &#204; U+00CC Latin capital letter I with grave ISOlat1
&Iacute;  Í &#205; U+00CD Latin capital letter I with acute ISOlat1
&Icirc;  Î &#206; U+00CE Latin capital letter I with circumflex ISOlat1
&Iuml;  Ï &#207; U+00CF Latin capital letter I with diaeresis ISOlat1
&ETH;  Ð &#208; U+00D0 Latin capital letter ETH ISOlat1
&Ntilde;  Ñ &#209; U+00D1 Latin capital letter N with tilde ISOlat1
&Ograve;  Ò &#210; U+00D2 Latin capital letter O with grave ISOlat1
&Oacute;  Ó &#211; U+00D3 Latin capital letter O with acute ISOlat1
&Ocirc;  Ô &#212; U+00D4 Latin capital letter O with circumflex ISOlat1
&Otilde;  Õ &#213; U+00D5 Latin capital letter O with tilde ISOlat1
&Ouml;  Ö &#214; U+00D6 Latin capital letter O with diaeresis ISOlat1
&times;  × &#215; U+00D7 multiplication sign ISOnum
&Oslash;  Ø &#216; U+00D8 Latin capital letter O with stroke = Latin capital letter O slash ISOlat1
&Ugrave;  Ù &#217; U+00D9 Latin capital letter U with grave ISOlat1
&Uacute;  Ú &#218; U+00DA Latin capital letter U with acute ISOlat1
&Ucirc;  Û &#219; U+00DB Latin capital letter U with circumflex ISOlat1
&Uuml;  Ü &#220; U+00DC Latin capital letter U with diaeresis ISOlat1
&Yacute;  Ý &#221; U+00DD Latin capital letter Y with acute ISOlat1
&THORN;  Þ &#222; U+00DE Latin capital letter THORN ISOlat1
&szlig;  ß &#223; U+00DF Latin small letter sharp s = ess-zed ISOlat1
&agrave;  à &#224; U+00E0 Latin small letter a with grave = Latin small letter a grave ISOlat1
&aacute;  á &#225; U+00E1 Latin small letter a with acute ISOlat1
&acirc;  â &#226; U+00E2 Latin small letter a with circumflex ISOlat1
&atilde;  ã &#227; U+00E3 Latin small letter a with tilde ISOlat1
&auml;  ä &#228; U+00E4 Latin small letter a with diaeresis ISOlat1
&aring;  å &#229; U+00E5 Latin small letter a with ring above = Latin small letter a ring ISOlat1
&aelig;  æ &#230; U+00E6 Latin small letter ae = Latin small ligature ae ISOlat1
&ccedil;  ç &#231; U+00E7 Latin small letter c with cedilla ISOlat1
&egrave;  è &#232; U+00E8 Latin small letter e with grave ISOlat1
&eacute;  é &#233; U+00E9 Latin small letter e with acute ISOlat1
&ecirc;  ê &#234; U+00EA Latin small letter e with circumflex ISOlat1
&euml;  ë &#235; U+00EB Latin small letter e with diaeresis ISOlat1
&igrave;  ì &#236; U+00EC Latin small letter i with grave ISOlat1
&iacute;  í &#237; U+00ED Latin small letter i with acute ISOlat1
&icirc;  î &#238; U+00EE Latin small letter i with circumflex ISOlat1
&iuml;  ï &#239; U+00EF Latin small letter i with diaeresis ISOlat1
&eth;  ð &#240; U+00F0 Latin small letter eth ISOlat1
&ntilde;  ñ &#241; U+00F1 Latin small letter n with tilde ISOlat1
&ograve;  ò &#242; U+00F2 Latin small letter o with grave ISOlat1
&oacute;  ó &#243; U+00F3 Latin small letter o with acute ISOlat1
&ocirc;  ô &#244; U+00F4 Latin small letter o with circumflex ISOlat1
&otilde;  õ &#245; U+00F5 Latin small letter o with tilde ISOlat1
&ouml;  ö &#246; U+00F6 Latin small letter o with diaeresis ISOlat1
&divide;  ÷ &#247; U+00F7 division sign ISOnum
&oslash;  ø &#248; U+00F8 Latin small letter o with stroke, = Latin small letter o slash ISOlat1
&ugrave;  ù &#249; U+00F9 Latin small letter u with grave ISOlat1
&uacute;  ú &#250; U+00FA Latin small letter u with acute ISOlat1
&ucirc;  û &#251; U+00FB Latin small letter u with circumflex ISOlat1
&uuml;  ü &#252; U+00FC Latin small letter u with diaeresis ISOlat1
&yacute;  ý &#253; U+00FD Latin small letter y with acute ISOlat1
&thorn;  þ &#254; U+00FE Latin small letter thorn with ISOlat1
&yuml;  ÿ &#255; U+00FF Latin small letter y with diaeresis ISOlat1
&trade;  ™ &#8482; U+2122 Trademark Symbol -
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