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The HTML entity encoder converts all applicable characters to their corresponding HTML entities. Certain characters have special significance in HTML and should be converted to their correct HTML entities to preserve their meanings.
For example, it is not possible to use the & character as it is used in the HTML syntax to create and close tags. It must be converted to its corresponding & HTML entity to be displayed in the content of an HTML page.

Reserved entities, symbols and characters in HTML
This table shows a list of reserved HTML entities with their associated character and description.

 

Character Entity name Description
" " quotation mark
' ' apostrophe 
& & ampersand
< &lt; less-than
> &gt; greater-than
  &nbsp; non-breaking space
¡ &iexcl; inverted exclamation mark
¢ &cent; cent
£ &pound; pound
¤ &curren; currency
¥ &yen; yen
¦ &brvbar; broken vertical bar
§ &sect; section
¨ &uml; spacing diaeresis
© &copy; copyright
ª &ordf; feminine ordinal indicator
« &laquo; angle quotation mark (left)
¬ &not; negation
­ &shy; soft hyphen
® &reg; registered trademark
¯ &macr; spacing macron
° &deg; degree
± &plusmn; plus-or-minus 
² &sup2; superscript 2
³ &sup3; superscript 3
´ &acute; spacing acute
µ &micro; micro
&para; paragraph
· &middot; middle dot
¸ &cedil; spacing cedilla
¹ &sup1; superscript 1
º &ordm; masculine ordinal indicator
» &raquo; angle quotation mark (right)
¼ &frac14; fraction 1/4
½ &frac12; fraction 1/2
¾ &frac34; fraction 3/4
¿ &iquest; inverted question mark
× &times; multiplication
÷ &divide; division
À &Agrave; capital a, grave accent
Á &Aacute; capital a, acute accent
 &Acirc; capital a, circumflex accent
à &Atilde; capital a, tilde
Ä &Auml; capital a, umlaut mark
Å &Aring; capital a, ring
Æ &AElig; capital ae
Ç &Ccedil; capital c, cedilla
È &Egrave; capital e, grave accent
É &Eacute; capital e, acute accent
Ê &Ecirc; capital e, circumflex accent
Ë &Euml; capital e, umlaut mark
Ì &Igrave; capital i, grave accent
Í &Iacute; capital i, acute accent
Î &Icirc; capital i, circumflex accent
Ï &Iuml; capital i, umlaut mark
Ð &ETH; capital eth, Icelandic
Ñ &Ntilde; capital n, tilde
Ò &Ograve; capital o, grave accent
Ó &Oacute; capital o, acute accent
Ô &Ocirc; capital o, circumflex accent
Õ &Otilde; capital o, tilde
Ö &Ouml; capital o, umlaut mark
Ø &Oslash; capital o, slash
Ù &Ugrave; capital u, grave accent
Ú &Uacute; capital u, acute accent
Û &Ucirc; capital u, circumflex accent
Ü &Uuml; capital u, umlaut mark
Ý &Yacute; capital y, acute accent
Þ &THORN; capital THORN, Icelandic
ß &szlig; small sharp s, German
à &agrave; small a, grave accent
á &aacute; small a, acute accent
â &acirc; small a, circumflex accent
ã &atilde; small a, tilde
ä &auml; small a, umlaut mark
å &aring; small a, ring
æ &aelig; small ae
ç &ccedil; small c, cedilla
è &egrave; small e, grave accent
é &eacute; small e, acute accent
ê &ecirc; small e, circumflex accent
ë &euml; small e, umlaut mark
ì &igrave; small i, grave accent
í &iacute; small i, acute accent
î &icirc; small i, circumflex accent
ï &iuml; small i, umlaut mark
ð &eth; small eth, Icelandic
ñ &ntilde; small n, tilde
ò &ograve; small o, grave accent
ó &oacute; small o, acute accent
ô &ocirc; small o, circumflex accent
õ &otilde; small o, tilde
ö &ouml; small o, umlaut mark
ø &oslash; small o, slash
ù &ugrave; small u, grave accent
ú &uacute; small u, acute accent
û &ucirc; small u, circumflex accent
ü &uuml; small u, umlaut mark
ý &yacute; small y, acute accent
þ &thorn; small thorn, Icelandic
ÿ &yuml; small y, umlaut mark