HTML ATTRIBUTES

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Body





Space-separated list of character encodings

Provides a list of supported character sets

Definition description



Identifies definition in a glossary or definition list

access key

Defining instance



Indicates a defining instance of a given term

Chorset !A single character lrom 150-106461

Identifies an accessibility key character

Definition list



Creates definition or glossary list

Definition term



Identifies a term to be defined

, , , , , ,

action

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URI I Uniform Resource

Deleted text



Displays strikethrough text

Identifies a server-side form handler

Division



Sets apart element's contents on separate line

Emphasis



Indicates emphasis Iusually. displays in italics)

Fleldset



Groups together related controls

Font



Modifies font appearance

Form

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Creates on interactive form

Frame



Defines a frame

Frameset



Defines a group of frames

Head



Identifies HTML document header

Heading 1-6



URI

Identifies a base URI for classid, data, archive

Object



Identifies a generic embedded object

Option



Identifies a selectable choice in a form

Option group



Creates a logical group of options in a form

Ordered list



Identifies a numbered list

Paragraph



Identifies a paragraph

codetype



Media type

Identifies content type for code

Parameter



Contains a set of values required by an object at run-time

cols

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Multiple lengths

Define columns in a frames page ldefoulll00%1

Preformatted text



Overrides HTML's text formatting

cols



Number

Quotation



Identifies a short inline quotation

Defines the width lin characters) of a text area

Sample text



Sample output

colspon

,

Number

Script



Encloses script statements

Specifies the number of table columns spanned by a single cell

Select



Creates a drop-down menu in a form

content



CDATA

Small

Identifies information types included in element



Renders text in a "small" font

coords

Span



Coords



Contains a customizable in line element

Sets coordinates for clickable area in client-side image maps

Strong emphasis



Displays text as strongly emphasized (usually, as boldface)

coords



Coords (A commaseparated li st of lengths I

Sets the points that define a shape in an image mop

Style



Includes style information in the document header

data



URI

Subscript



Renders text as subscript

Contains a reference to on object's data

datetime

,

Date and time in ISO date format

Identifies date and time of change

declare



!declare!

Declares on object w ithout instantiating it

defer



(defer)

Enables user agent to defer execution of script

dir

All except, , , , , , , ,

lltr I rill

Specifies direction for weak/ neutral text

SUperscript



Renders text as superscript

Table



Identifies a table

Table body

, ,

dramesel>. . . . dramesef>, , , . . , , ,

Script

id

Specifies on option nome in a form

on mousemove

Script



Text

!some as above}

label lang

All except, , . . . , ,

Language code

Indicates the language being used in on element's contents

Causes on action when a pointer or mouse is moved within the element

onmouseout

Script

Causes an action when a pointer is moved away from the element

longdesc

.

URI

Provides a link to a long descriplion of a frame's contents

longdesc



URI

Provides a link to a long descriplion for non-graphical browsers

All except: . , , doni>. . d ramesef>, , , . . . . ,

margin height

.

Pixe ls

Specifies frame margin height

onmouseover

!same as above I

Script

marginwidth

.

Pixels

Specifies frame margin width

Causes on action when a pointer or cursor is moved onto the element

maxlength



Number

Specifies maximum number of characters for text fields

onmouseup

(some as above I

Script

Causes an action when a pointer or mouse butlon is released

media



Single or comma-separated list of media descriptors

Identifies the media a linked style sheet should apply to

on reset

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Script

Causes an action when a form is reset

media



Single or comma-separated list of media descriptors

Identifies the media an embedded style sheet should apply to

onselect

,

Script

Causes an action when some text is selected

method

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lget I postl

Specifies the HTTP method used to submit a form

onsubmit

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Script

Causes an action when a form is submitted

multiple



(multiple I

Permits multiple selections in a form

onunlood



Script

name



COATA

Creates a named marker in a document

Causes an action when the documen! has been removed

onunlood



Script

name

.

COATA

Allows a form control to be named

Causes an action when all the frames have been removed

profile



URI

name



COATA

Assigns a name to a form field

links to a named dictionary of meta information

name



COATA

Assigns a name to a form for scripting purposes

readonly

,

(reodonlyl

Prevents editing of text fields in a form

name

.

COATA

Assigns a name to a frame for targeting purposes

rei

,

Link types

Identifies forward link types

rev

Link types

Identifies reverse link types

rows

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Multiple lengths

Specifies a list of lengths

rows



Number

Sets the number of rows in a text area

rowspan

,

Number

Specifies the number of rows spanned by a single table cell

rules



none 1groups 1rows I eels I all

Controls the display of rules within a table Identifies the expected format of the conte nt otlribute

.

name



COATA

Assig ns a name to an image for sc ripting purposes

name

.

COATA

name



COATA

Assigns a name for scripting purposes Assigns a nome for reference by usemop

name



Nome

Assigns a name to meta information

name



COATA

Specifies the nome of the object properly being set

scheme



COATA

nohref



Inch ref)

Identifies a region that ha s no action in an image map

scope

.

row 1coli rowgroup colg roup I

noresize



lnoresizel

Prevents resizing of frames

scrolling

,

Iyes 1no 1auto)

Turns scroll bars on or off in a frame

on blur

. . . , . .

Script lA script expression or code segme nt!

Causes an action when the element loses the focus

selected



lselecledl

Defines preselected option in a form

shape



rect 1circle 1poly 1default

Defines a selectable region in a client-side image mop

shape



reel I circle I poly I default

onchange

. ,

Script

Causes an action when the element va lue is changed

Controls interpretation of coordinates in on image mop

size



CDATA

onclick

All except: , , , . . . , element. Deprecated element or attribute : An element or attribute that is being phased out of HTML and therefol e eventually will not be supported by browsers. Attribute: Lists a characteristic of a particu lar element. E.g, . Value: Modifies the attribute in which it occurs. E.g., . Nesting: The practice of placing elements inside one another (as opposed to overlapping them). Nesting is the correct syntax for HTML. overlapping is incorrect and can cause problems with your Web page. • Correctly nested elements: • Incorrectly nested (overlapped) elements: User agent (UA) : The means (e.g., a web browser) by which one accesses an HTML document. Client-side: Describes anything that is done on the user's computer. Server-side: Describes anything that is done on the Web server. CGI: common Gateway Interface. A protocol that is used for managing the exchange of information between the user, the server, and the Web site owner. Script: A portion of programming code that can function in a Web page or on the server, but not as a stand-atone program. Applet: A small program that can be embedded in a Web page. Well-formed document: A document that uses correct HTML or XHTML syntax. Valid document: A document that conforms to a particular DTD (Document Type Definition). DTD: Document Type Definition. A standard that identifies the elements, attributes, and values that comprise HTML, XHTML, XML, or any other language created with SGML. W3C: The world Wide Web consortium. The group responsible for establishing standards for the world Wide web (www.w3.org).

XHTML DISTINCTIONS XHTML 1.0 is the current recommendation by the W3C for authoring Web documents. Although it uses the same elements as HTML, there are a number of important distinctions between the two. In particular XHTML is much stricter regarding syntax. The following points are important to remember when writing valid XHTML: • Documents must be well-formed (syntactically correct). • Element and attribute names must be in lowercase. • End tags are required for all non-empty elements. • Empty elements should be written in a minimized form. E.g., . • Attribute values must always be in quotation marks. • All attributes must have values.

SYNTAX Element with content: Content Ex: portion of an HTML document, inside the element. lnline style sheet: A style sheet that is inserted directly into : an HTML element through the use of the style attribute. ; Cascade: The order of priority a web browser gives to style : sheets. Generally (though not always), this order is as fol- ; lows: inline styles take priority over embedded styles, and embedded styles take priority over linked styles.

} Specifying a URL: url(pi.cture .gi.f) • Adding an ! i.rrportaot declaration : selector {property: value !i.rrportant;}

Property

Possible Values

color

}calor} I inherit

text-align

left I right I center I justify none I underline I overline I line-through

text-decoration

I blink 1inherit text-indent

lleng!hl l lpercentage} I inherit

text-transform

capitalize I uppercase [lowercase I none

text-shadow

none llcolorl llleng!hl I inherit

letter-spacing

normallllenglhl I inherit

1inherit

GENERIC FONTS • Cursive • •

Fantasy Monospace

normallllenglhlllpercentage} I inherit

word-spacing

baseline I sub I super I top I text-lop I middle I bollom ltext-bollom llpercenlage} llleng!hl I inherit

Serif

USEFUL PSEUDO CLASSES FONT PROPERTIES

a :link Determine link appearance. a :visited Determine appearance of visited links.

Property

Possible Values

font-family

!font name) [ !generic name] I inherit

xx-small l x-sma lll small I medium I large I x- large I xx-large llleng!hl llpercentage} I larger 1smaller 1[relative measurement) 1inherit

• a:active Determine appearance of active links. a :hover Change appearance of links when a cursor moves over them.

SELECTORS Selector

Syntax

Type (element}

body {property: value ;} lmulliple selectors may be separated by commosl

hl,

font-style

norm al I italic I oblique I inherit

font-variant

normal[ small-cops [ inherit

f ont-weight

normal I bold I lighter I bolder 1100 I 200 1300 1400 ISOO 1600 1700 1800 I 900 I inherit

font-stretch

h2, h3 , h4, h5, h6 {property: Selects an element that is a descendant of another element .

Class

Selects an element that contains a corresponding class attribute.

span h3 {property : value;}

ultra~condensed I extra-condensed I condensed I semi-condensed I normal I semi-

expanded 1expanded I extra-expanded I

value;} Descendant (contextu al)

CSS SYNTAX • Style rule: selector {property : value; property : value; property : value;} or selector { property: value; property : value; property : value

TEXT PROPERTIES

• Centimeters : em • Inches: in • Millimeters: mm • Pica s: pc • Points: pt



linked style sheet: A style sheet that exists on the server as a separate text document and is linked to a web page or pages through the element.

paragraph.

ABSOLUTE LENGTH UN ITS

Box properties: Modify how margins, borders, and padding are displayed .

Classification properties : Set the display and function characteristics of elements.

increases the font size of the first line of every

Ems: em Exes: ex Percentage : % Pixels: px

• Sans-serif

ground colors.

Selects an element based on a potential situ· ation in which that element occu rs.

p :first-line {font-size: Zem}

RELATIVE LENGTH UNITS

Font properties: Modify how fonts are displayed.

Background properties: Set background images and back-

Pseudo-element

ultra~expanded

1 inherit

!number) I none I inherit

font-size-adjust

normalllnumber} lllenglhl llpercenlage}

line-height

1 inherit

BACKGROUND PROPERTIES

.boldface {property: value;} selects: 10



Property

Selects an element that contains a unique

background-color

transparent

ID allribute. #243 {property: value;} selects: Selects an element based on a potential condition that may occur when a page is viewed. o:visited {color: red;}setsthecolor of visited links to red .

Possible Values

II color va lue) I inherit

repeat I inherit

BOX PROPERTIES Property

Poss1ble Values

padding-bottom

(Jenglhll lpercentagell inherit

padding-left

llengthll !percentage! I inherit

font

width

!lengthlllpercentagel l auto I inherit

height

Jlengthlllpercentagell auto I inherit

clear

none I left 1 right 1 both 1 inherit

Property

Possible Values

float

left I right I none I inherit

display

border-top-width

!length II thin 1 medium 1 thick 1inherit

border-bottom-width

[length! I thin I medium I thick 1 inherit

block I inline I list-item I run-in I compact 1 marker I table I inline-table I table-row-group I table-header-group I table-footer-group 1 table-row I table-column-group I table-column I table-cell I tabl e-caption I none I inherit

border-left-width

!length II th in 1 medium 1 thick 1 inherit

border-right-width

!length II thin I medium I thick 1inherit

border-width

!length II thin I medium I thick I inherit

border-color

[color value} I Icolor name! I transparent I inherit

border-style

none 1hidden 1 dotted 1 dashed 1 solid 1 double I groove 1 ridge 1 inset 1 outset 1 inherit

[font-weight! lllfont-stylelll !font-variant! II !font-size! II !line-height! II !font-family! 11 caption I icon I menu I message-box 1sma llcaption I stqtus-bar I inherit

CLASSIFICATION PROPERTIES

list-style-type

disc I ci rcle I square I decimal llower-romon I upper-roman I lower-alpha I upper-alpha I none 1 inherit

list-style-image

uri I none I inherit

list-style- position

inside I outside I inh erit

white-space

normal I pre I nowrap I inherit

margin-top

[length! I [percentage! I auto I inherit

margin-right

llengthlllpercentagell auto 1inherit

margin-bottom

[length! I [percentage! I auto I inherit

Property

Values

margin -left

[length! I lpercentogell auto 1inherit

background

padding-top

[length II [percentage! I inherit

padding-right

llengthll [percentagell inherit

[background-color II background-image II background-repeat II background -attachment II background-position} I inherit

SHORTHAND PROPERTIES

border

!border-width! lllborder-stylelll color 1 inherit

border-[top, right, bottom, left]

[border-width[ II [border-style[ II color 1

margin

margin-width {1,4} I inherit

padding

padding-width {1,4} I inherit

inherit

When adding va lues with the border, margin, and padding shorthand properties, the syntax is as follows: 1. If a single va lue is supplied, it applies to all four sides. 2. If two values are supplied, they apply to the top and bottom, respective ly. 3. If t hree va lues are supplied, the first and thi rd apply to the top and bottom; t he second applies to both the right and left sides. 4. If four values are supplied, they apply to the top, right, bottom, and left sides respectively.

ADDING COLOR TO WEB PAGES METHODS FOR CODING COLOR • Name [sixteen basic colors only) : white Netscape Named (not all browsers support): Jemonchiffon • Hexadecimal : #ffffff Short hex: #Iff (CSS only) rgb(decimal): rgb(255, 255, 255) [CSS only) • rgb(%) : rgb(100%, 100%, 100%) [CSS only)

APPLYING COLOR WITH HTML (DEPRECATED) 1. The bgcolor attribute controls background color: Accepts name, Netscape name, or hexadecimal code. • May be used with , , , , and . syntax: 2. The color attribute controls text color: • Accepts name, Netscape name, or hexadecimal code. • May be used with the and elements. • Syntax:

APPLYING COLOR WITH CSS 1. The background-color properly: • Accepts colors by name, hexadecimal code, short hex, rgb(decimal), and rgb(%). May be used with any element (selector). • Syntax:

2. •

• •

body {background-color : green;} table {background-color : #00ff00;} p {background-col or: #0f0;} di. v {background-col or: rgb(0, 255, 0);} span {background -co lor : rgb(0%, 100%, 0%);} The color properly: control s foreground (usually text) color. Accepts colors by name, hexadecimal code, short hex, rgb(decimal), and rgb(%). May be used with any element (selector). syntax: p {color : black;} td {color : #000000;} body {color: #000;} di.v {color : rgb (0,0,0,);} span {color : rgb(e%,0%,0%);}

THE SIXTEEN BASIC COLORS See chart in next column.

THE WEB SAFE COLORS Non-dithering or web safe colors are constructed using combinations of red , green, and blue in amounts of 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, 100%. These va lues must be expressed in hexadecimal if you are using the HTML bgcolor attribute, but may be written in short hex, rgb(decimal). and rgb(%). in CSS.

SPECIAL CHARACTERS [ENTITIES) DEFINITION Character entities are case sensitive combinatio ns of letters and numbers that represent a specific character or letter. For example, ® and ® both represent the registered trade mark symbol, ®. Every character in the ISO 8859 Latin 1 Character Set has a numeric reference li ke ®, but only certain characters have character references like ®.

1. Inserting special characters: Entities may be used to insert special characte rs into your Web page. For example, if you want to represent an amount of money using the Pound (£), you cou ld use either a character entity or numeric entity to represent t he pound symbol: Item pri.ce : £2.5 or Item pri.ce : £2. 5. In either case, the text will display: Item price: £2.5 . 2. Escaping out characters : Some characters, such as the "less than" and "greater than" signs, can cause problems with your pages if you simply type them in from the keyboard. This is because a browser might co nfuse those characters with HTML, css, or Javascript code. To avoid this problem, you need to escape out those characters by using entities. For example, if you are designing an HTML tutorial page and wish to represent the tag, you would need to write it either as &1t; tabl e> or as < tabl e>

SYNTAX • All entities are case-sensitive. All entities must begin with an & (ampersand). All entities must end with a; (semicolon). • Numeric entities must have a# (crosshatch) before the entity number. ,

LETTERS AND NUMERALS

THE WEB SAFE COLOR PERCENTAGES Percent

Hexadecimal

Short Hex

00

20%

33

51

40%

66

102

60%

99

80%

cc

100%

FF

153

---- -- -- ---c

204 255

silver #COCOCO

gray #808080

(~------

maroon

red

#800000

#FFOOOO

purple #800080

fuchsia #FFOOFF

black #000000

green

lime

olive

#OOFFOO

#808000

yellow #FFFFOO

navy #000080

blue #OOOOFF

teal #008080

aqua #OOFFFF

$

Dollar sign

%

Percent sign

b

1

Ampersand

c

2

Apostrophe

'

3

Parenthesis (left)

(

4

Parenthesis (right)

)

5

5

Asterisk Pius sign

A

a

a

B

B

b

c

C

D

D

d

d

E

e

e

4

f

0

&

&

F

G

G

g

g

6

6

H

H

h

h

7

7

Comma

,

t

I

i

8

8

Hyphen/minus sign

-

9

9

Period

.

+

+

J

i

j

K

K

k

k

Stash

/

L

L

l

Colon

:

M

M

m

Semicolon

N

N

n

less than

0

O

0

o ;

Equal sign

p

P

p

p

Greater than

Q

Q

q

q

Question mark

; <

<

>

> @

R

r

Commercial ..at.. sign

S

s

Square bracket lleftl

[

T

T

t

Backslash

\

u

U

u

Square bracket Iright)

]

v

V

v

Caret

^

w

W

w

w

Underscore

_

X

X

X

x

Grave accent

`

y

Y

y

Curly brace lleft)

{

z

Z

z

Vertical bar

|

Curly brace !right)

}

(none!

Exclamation point

Hash mark

Non-breaking space

!

Inverted exclamation point

"

Quotation mark

#

#

@

Tilde

"

Euro sign

>

?

R

Normal space

&It;

=

s

PUNCTUATION AND SYMBOLS

&

*

F

m

white #FFFFFF

#008000

0

A

Numerical Value

0%

~ [none!

E

 

 

¡

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CC3366

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FFOOFF

CC0099

990066

CC66CC

CC33CC

CC99FF

CC66FF

CC33FF

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CCOOCC

CCOOFF

9900CC

990099

CC99CC

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9933CC

660066

9900FF

9933FF

9966CC

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6633CC

6600CC

9966FF

330066

6600FF

6633FF

CCCCFF

9999FF

9999CC

6666CC

6666FF

666699

333366

333399

330099

3300CC

3300FF

3333FF

3333CC

0066FF

0033FF

3366FF

3366CC

000066

000033

OOOOFF

000099

0033CC

OOOOCC

336699

0066CC

99CCFF

6699FF

003366

6699CC

006699

3399CC

0099CC

66CCFF

33 99FF

003399

0099FF

33CCFF

OOCCFF

99FFFF

66FFFF

33FFFF

OOFFFF

OOCCCC

009999

669999

99CCCC

CCFFFF

33CCCC

66CCCC

339999

336666

006666

003333

OOFFCC

33FFCC

33CC99

OOCC99

66FFCC

99FFCC

OOFF9 9

339966

00663 3

33 66 33

669966

66CC66

99FF99

66FF66

339933

99CC99

66FF99

33FF99

33CC66

OOCC66

66CC99

009966

009933

33FF66

OOFF66

CCFFCC

CCFF99

99FF66

99FF33

OOFF33

33FF33

OOCC33

33CC33

66FF33

OOFFOO

66CC33

006600

003300

009900

33FFOO

66FFOO

99FFOO

66CCOO

OOCCOO

33CCOO

339900

99CC66

669933

99CC33

336600

669900

99CCOO

CCFF66

CCFF33

CCFFOO

999900

CCCCOO

CCCC33

333300

666600

999933

CCCC66

666633

999966

CCCC99

FFFFCC

FFFF99

FFFF66

FFFF33

FFFFOO

FFCCOO

FFCC66

FFCC33

CC993 3

996600

CC9900

FF9900

CC6600

993300

CC6633

663300

FF9966

FF6633

FF9933

FF6600

CC3300

996633

330000

663333

996666

CC9999

993333

CC6666

FFCCCC

FF3333

CC3333

FF6666

660000

990000

CCOOOO

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FF3300

CC9966

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FFFFFF

CCCCCC

999999

666666

333333

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216 Web Safe Colors

¢

¢

Capital A (Hide)

A

Ã

Ã

Small oe (ligature)

æ

&ae lig;

Pound sign

£

£

& pound;

Capital A (umlaut)

A

Ä

&Au ml;

Small c (cedilla)

ç

ç ;

Currency sign

0

¤

&cu rren;

Capital A (ring)

A

Å

Å

Small e (grove accent)

è

è

Yen sign

¥

¥

¥

Capijal AE (ligature)

AO

Æ

&AEiig;

Small e (acute accent)

é

é

¦

&brvbor;

Capital C (cedilla)

~

Ç

Ç ;

Small e (circumflex

ê

ê

§

§

Capitol E (grove accent)

È

&Eg rave;

accent)

¨

¨

Capitol E (acute accent)

É

É

Small e (umlaut)

ë

ë ;

©

©

Capitol E (circumflex

Ê

& Ecirc;

Small i (grove accent)

ì

& igrove;

Feminine ordinal

ª

ª

accent)

Small i (acute accent)

í

& ia cute;

Left angle quote

« ;

«

Capital E (umlaut)

Ë

Ë ;

Small i (circumflex

î

& ici rc;

Logical not sign

¬

¬

Copitoll(grave accent)

Ì

& lgrave;

accent)

­

­

Capitol I (acute accent)

Í

& la cu te;

Small i (umlaut)

ï

&ium l;

® ;

®

Copitoll(circumflex

Î

&Ieire;

Small eth (Icelandic)

ð

ð

Macron accent

¯

¯

Small n (tilde)

ñ

ñ

Degree sign

°

& deg;

±

±

Superscript two

²

²

Superscript three

³

³

Cent sign

Broken vertical bar Section sign

§

Umlaut Copyright symbol

c

Soft hyphen Registered trademark

Plus or minus

®

±

Acute accent

´

&acu te;

Micro sign

µ

µ

Paragraph sign



¶ ;

Middle dot

· ;

·

Cedillci

¸

&cedi l;

Superscript one

¹

¹ ;

Masculine ordinal

º

&o rdm;

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Right angle quote

accent)

ae

Capital I (umlaut)

I

Ï

& luml;

Small o (grave accent)

ò

&og rave;

Capital ETH (Icelandic)

!l

Ð

Ð

Small o (acute accent)

ó

ó

Capital N (tilde)

N

Ñ

Ñ

Small o (circumflex

ô

ô

Capital 0 (grave accent)

6

Ò

Ò

accent)

Capitol 0 (acute accent)

6 6

Ó

Ó

Small o (tilde)

õ

&otild e;

Ô

Ô

Small o (umlout)

ö

&o uml;

Small o (slash)

ø

ø

Capitol 0 (circumflex accent)

6

~ v

Capital 0 (tilde)

6

Õ

&Otild e;

Small u (grave accent)

ù

& ugrave;

Capital 0 (umlaut)

6

Ö

Ö

Small u (acute accent)

ú

ú

Capital 0 (slash)

11!

Ø

&Oslas h;

Small u (circumflex

û

û

Capital U (grave)

0

Ù

& Ugrave;

accent)

Capitol U (acute)

0

Ú

Ú

Small u (umlaut)

ü

& uuml;

Capital U (circumflex)

0

Û

& Ucirc;

Small

y (acute accent)

ý

ý

Capital U (umlout)

0

Ü

Ü

Small thorn (Icelandic)

þ

& thorn;

Capital Y (acute)

Ý

Ý

Small y (umlaut)

ÿ

&yu ml;

Capital Thorn (Icelandic)

Þ

Þ

left arrow



&l arr;

Small sz (ligature,

ß

ß

Up arrow



& uorr;

Right arrow



& rarr;

Fraction one-fourth

v.

¼

& fra c14;

Fraction one-half

y,

½

& frac12;

¾

¾

Inverted question mark

¿

¿

Multiplication sign

×

×

German)

Division sign

÷

÷

Small a (grave accent)

0

à

ò

Down arrow



& dorr;

MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL CHARACTERS

Small a (acute accent)

6

 5;

&co cute ;

Horizontal arrow



&herr:

â

&aci rc;

Spade suit (black)

Fraction three-fourths

Capital A (grave accent) Capital A (acute accent) Capitol A (circumflex accent)

A A A

Small a (circumflex

À

&Ag rave;

Á

Á

Small o (tilde)

ã

&atild e;

Heart suit (black)

Â

Â

Small a (umlaut)

ä

&aum l;

Diamond suit (black)

Small a (ring)

å

& aring ;

accent)

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...

Club suit (black)









&c lubs;







&diems;

0 .;

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t:

~

c:

0c. -1! o

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