HTML Symbols

For the symbols that are not present on a normal keyboard, HTML entity names can be used to add them to an HTML page. In case of absence of an entity name or otherwise, also, an entity number, a decimal, or hexadecimal reference can be used for such symbols.

Example:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>
<p>Cent: &#162;</p>
<p>Pound: &#163;</p>
<p>Yen: &#165;</p>
<p>Euro: &#8364;</p>
</body>
</html>

Output:

Explanation:

In the above example, we are displaying the different currency symbols using their entity numbers.

Mathematical Symbols Supported by HTML:

Some of the mathematical symbols supported by HTML are:

Char Number Entity Description
&#8704; &forall; FOR ALL
&#8706; &part; PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
&#8707; &exist; THERE EXISTS
&#8709; &empty; EMPTY SETS
&#8711; &nabla; NABLA
&#8712; &isin; ELEMENT OF
&#8713; &notin; NOT AN ELEMENT OF
&#8715; &ni; CONTAINS AS MEMBER
&#8719; &prod; N-ARY PRODUCT
&#8721; &sum; N-ARY SUMMATION

Greek Letters Supported by HTML:

Some of the Greek letters supported by HTML are:

Char Number Entity Description
Α &#913; &Alpha; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ALPHA
Β &#914; &Beta; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER BETA
Γ &#915; &Gamma; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA
Δ &#916; &Delta; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER DELTA
Ε &#917; &Epsilon; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER EPSILON
Ζ &#918; &Zeta; GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ZETA

Other Entities Supported by HTML:

Some of the important entities supported by HTML are:

Char Number Entity Description
© &#169; &copy; COPYRIGHT SIGN
® &#174; &reg; REGISTERED SIGN
&#8364; &euro; EURO SIGN
&#8482; &trade; TRADEMARK
&#8592; &larr; LEFTWARDS ARROW
&#8593; &uarr; UPWARDS ARROW
&#8594; &rarr; RIGHTWARDS ARROW
&#8595; &darr; DOWNWARDS ARROW
&#9824; &spades; BLACK SPADE SUIT
&#9827; &clubs; BLACK CLUB SUIT
&#9829; &hearts; BLACK HEART SUIT
&#9830; &diams; BLACK DIAMOND SUIT
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