Valuble site: Commonly Confused Characters

28 December 2004   0 comments   Web development

http://www.cs.sfu.ca/~ggbaker/reference/characters/

Mind That Age!

This blog post is 13 years old! Most likely, its content is outdated. Especially if it's technical.

Powered by Fusion×

The Ditto mark Found this site when I was trying to figure out the HTML entity codes for certain characters that had slipped into my XML file.

It cleverly explains how they are used, their unicode number, the HTML entity, how to write in in TeX and a link explaining more about each commonly confused character.

Well done Greg Baker

Follow @peterbe on Twitter

Comments

Thank you for posting a comment

Your email will never ever be published


Related posts

Previous:
Infinitely deep illustration 26 December 2004
Next:
www.issuetrackerproduct.com is out! 04 January 2005
Related by Keyword:
How to slice a rune in Go 16 March 2015
is is not the same as equal in Python 01 December 2006
Sending HTML emails in Zope 26 October 2006
Unicode strings to ASCII ...nicely 08 August 2006
HTML entity fixer 25 November 2004
Related by Text:
HTML entity fixer 25 November 2004
Are you a web developer? Then VisiBone is for you 22 January 2006
Why is it important to escape & in href attributes in tags? 11 November 2014
String comparison function in Python (alpha) 22 December 2007
Optimized stylesheets 05 March 2004