How to substitute HTML when using characters

Sometimes symbols like ©, @ and “&” frequently don’t display properly in browsers. It usually happens when they’ve been inserted in the webpage via character keys or a word processor. For certain symbols and characters to display properly in browsers, you need to use symbol and character codes.

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HTML SYMBOL AND CHARACTER CODES
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Coding: For certain symbols and characters to display properly in browsers, you need to use symbol and character codes. Not an original work; list of previously published codes was aggregated by Imagaeandaspect.com
Diane Metcalf
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