HTML ISO-8859-1 Reference manual

Modern browsers support character sets :


ISO-8859-1 Is the default character set for most browsers .

ISO-8859-1 The lower part of ( from 1 To 127 Code between ) It was the first ASCII character set (0-9 The number of , Upper and lower case alphabet , And some special characters ).

ISO-8859-1 The higher part of ( from 160 To 255 Code between ) It contains characters used in some Western European countries and some special characters widely used , They all have entity names .

Most of these symbols can be used without entity references , But entity names or entity numbers provide a way to express symbols that are not easy to type through the keyboard .

HTML Reserved character

HTML and XHTML Some characters are reserved . such as , You cannot use text that contains these characters , Because the browser may mistakenly think it is HTML label .

HTML and XHTML The CPU must recognize the five special characters listed in the following table :

Characters Entity number Entity name Describe
      Uninterrupted space (non-breaking space)
¡ ¡ ¡ Inverted exclamation point (inverted exclamation mark)
¢ ¢ ¢ The cent symbol (cent)
£ £ £ Pound sign (pound)
¤ ¤ ¤ Currency symbol (currency)
¥ ¥ ¥ RMB / Yen symbol (yen)
¦ ¦ ¦ Intermittent vertical bar (broken vertical bar)
§ § § Section number (section)
¨ ¨ ¨ A diacritical symbol (spacing diaeresis)
© © © copyright (copyright)
ª ª ª Negative ordinal sign (feminine ordinal indicator)
« « « Left double quotation mark (angle quotation mark (left))
¬ ¬ ¬ Negative sign (negation)
­ ­ ­ Soft hyphen (soft hyphen)
® ® ® Registered trademark (registered trademark)
¯ ¯ ¯ Long note symbol (spacing macron)
° ° ° Degree symbol (degree)
± ± ± Plus minus sign / Sign (plus-or-minus)
² ² ² Superscript 2(superscript 2)
³ ³ ³ Superscript 3(superscript 3)
´ ´ ´ Spire symbol (spacing acute)
µ µ µ Micron symbol (micro)
¶ ¶ Paragraph symbols (paragraph)
· · · Middle point (middle dot)
¸ ¸ ¸ Diacritical symbols (spacing cedilla)
¹ ¹ ¹ Superscript 1(superscript 1)
º º º Positive ordinal sign (masculine ordinal indicator)
» » » Right double quotation mark (angle quotation mark (right))
¼ ¼ ¼ 1/4 fraction (fraction 1/4)
½ ½ ½ 1/2 fraction (fraction 1/2)
¾ ¾ ¾ 3/4 fraction (fraction 3/4)
¿ ¿ ¿ Inverted question mark (inverted question mark)

ISO 8859-1 Character entity

Characters Entity number Entity name Describe
À À À capital A, Stress (grave accent)
Á Á Á capital A, A sharp sound (acute accent)
   capital A, Cadence (circumflex accent)
à à à capital A, Palatalization (tilde)
Ä Ä Ä capital A, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
Å Å Å capital A, With an upper circle (ring)
Æ Æ Æ capital AE
Ç Ç Ç capital C, Inflection (cedilla)
È È È capital E, Stress (grave accent)
É É É capital E, A sharp sound (acute accent)
Ê Ê Ê capital E, Cadence (circumflex accent)
Ë Ë Ë capital E, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
Ì Ì Ì capital I, Stress (grave accent)
Í Í Í capital I, A sharp sound (acute accent)
Î Î Î capital I, Cadence (circumflex accent)
Ï Ï Ï capital I, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
Ð Ð Ð Icelandic capital letter eth
Ñ Ñ Ñ capital N, Palatalization (tilde)
Ò Ò Ò capital O, Stress (grave accent)
Ó Ó Ó capital O, A sharp sound (acute accent)
Ô Ô Ô capital O, Cadence (circumflex accent)
Õ Õ Õ capital O, Palatalization (tilde)
Ö Ö Ö capital O, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
× × × multiplication sign (multiplication)
Ø Ø Ø capital O, With slash (slash)
Ù Ù Ù capital U, Stress (grave accent)
Ú Ú Ú capital U, A sharp sound (acute accent)
Û Û Û capital U, Cadence (circumflex accent)
Ü Ü Ü capital U, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
Ý Ý Ý capital Y, A sharp sound (acute accent)
Þ Þ Þ Icelandic capital letter THORN
ß ß ß German small letters sharp s
à à à Lowercase letters a, Stress (grave accent)
á á á Lowercase letters a, A sharp sound (acute accent)
â â â Lowercase letters a, Cadence (circumflex accent)
ã ã ã Lowercase letters a, Palatalization (tilde)
ä ä ä Lowercase letters a, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
å å å Lowercase letters a, With an upper circle (ring)
æ æ æ Lowercase letters ae
ç ç ç Lowercase letters c, Inflection (cedilla)
è è è Lowercase letters e, Stress (grave accent)
é é é Lowercase letters e, A sharp sound (acute accent)
ê ê ê Lowercase letters e, Cadence (circumflex accent)
ë ë ë Lowercase letters e, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
ì ì ì Lowercase letters i, Stress (grave accent)
í í í Lowercase letters i, A sharp sound (acute accent)
î î î Lowercase letters i, Cadence (circumflex accent)
ï ï ï Lowercase letters i, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
ð ð ð Icelandic small letter eth
ñ ñ ñ Lowercase letters n, Palatalization (tilde)
ò ò ò Lowercase letters o, Stress (grave accent)
ó ó ó Lowercase letters o, A sharp sound (acute accent)
ô ô ô Lowercase letters o, Cadence (circumflex accent)
õ õ õ Lowercase letters o, Palatalization (tilde)
ö ö ö Lowercase letters o, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
÷ ÷ ÷ division sign (division)
ø ø ø Lowercase letters o, With slash (slash)
ù ù ù Lowercase letters u, Stress (grave accent)
ú ú ú Lowercase letters u, A sharp sound (acute accent)
û û û Lowercase letters u, Cadence (circumflex accent)
ü ü ü Lowercase letters u, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)
ý ý ý Lowercase letters y, A sharp sound (acute accent)
þ þ þ Icelandic small letter thorn
ÿ ÿ ÿ Lowercase letters y, Marked with diacritic symbols (umlaut mark)