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CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Sixth Edition by Jason Cranford Teague

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B. HTML and UTF Character Encoding

In Chapter 5, you used special HTML- and UTF-encoded characters. These are generally harder to find on your keyboard or may not be included in a particular font you are using. To ensure that they are properly represented, you should use the code presented in this appendix when adding the characters to your Web document.

Table B.1. HTML and UTF Character Encoding

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