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ISO-1 Latin entities in HTML

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These special characters are from the ISO-1 Latin character set. Each line shows a special character, and then the HTML you can use to produce that character. For more characters and references, see Martin Ramsch's ISO-8859-1 table.

Acute accent

Á---Á
á---á
É---É
é---é
Í---Í
í---í
Ó---Ó
ó---ó
Ú---Ú
ú---ú
Ý---Ý
ý---ý

Circumflex accent

Â---Â
â---â
Ê---Ê
ê---ê
Î---Î
î---î
Ô---Ô
ô---ô
Û---Û
û---û

Grave accent

À---À
à---à
È---È
è---è
Ì---Ì
ì---ì
Ò---Ò
ò---ò
Ù---Ù
ù---ù

Dieresis or umlaut mark

Ä---Ä
ä---ä
Ë---Ë
ë---ë
Ï---Ï
ï---ï
Ö---Ö
ö---ö
Ü---Ü
ü---ü
ÿ---ÿ

Tilde accent

Ã---Ã
ã---ã
Ñ---Ñ
ñ---ñ
Õ---Õ
õ---õ

Miscellaneous

Ç---Ç (cedilla)
ç---ç
Å---Å (ring accent)
å---å
Ø---Ø (slash accent)
ø---ø
Æ---Æ (AE ligature)
æ---æ
Ð---Ð (Icelandic eth)
ð---ð
Þ---Þ (Icelandic thorn)
þ---þ
ß---ß (German es-zet ligature)


See also: The Web's source language: basic HTML
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John Shipman, john@nmt.edu
Last updated: 2000/02/15 22:47:18 UT
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