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Special Characters in HTML
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Chapter - 12 Special Characters i html & Other Tags: (Page 1/4)


Most of the HTML tags are already explained in different chapters. The few more important HTML tags are explained below. They may be required in a particular web page.

12.1- Special Characters: In HTML some characters are e.g. < and > are used in the language to enclose HTML tags. If this is used as a character, then you will find some error. Similarly there are few more special characters.

. E.g. to display '&' as '&', you have to write '& amp;' in HTML.
Please remember that all the special characters end with a semicolon (;).
Some common special characters are -


12.2- Acronym and Abbreviation: These two tags are used to provide the additional information about a word. Many times short form is used in web page, but if any visitor places the mouse over the word, then he can see the complete word / explanation.
For example if for 'Oil and Natural Gas' you want to use only ONG, then

<abbr title='Oil and Natural Gas'>ONG</abbr>
OR
<acronym title='Oil and Natural Gas'>ONG</acronym>

ONG
Both the cases the screen out put will be 'ONG', but if visitor puts his mouse over ONG, then he can see the full form i.e. 'Oil and Natural Gas.

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