RE: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-27 Thread Richard Ishida
than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML Hi, How should I code less than and greater than signs in UTF-8 encoded HTML? I.e. I want them to appear on the web page as follows: ... The quick brown fox said 3 is less than 4, then he wrote 3 4

[WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread Simon Cockayne
Hi, How should I code less than and greater than signs in UTF-8 encoded HTML? I.e. I want them to appear on the web page as follows: ... The quick brown fox said 3 is less than 4, then he wrote 3 4. ...

Re: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread Sébastien Sauvé
Hi Simon, You should use HTML entities to encode those characters. You can view a list of those entities here : http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/sgml/entities.html But to answer your question quickly, should be written as gt;, and as lt;. Cheers, Sebastien On Nov 14, 2007 9:42 AM, Simon

RE: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread Mohamed Jama
http://www.webstandards.org/learn/reference/charts/entities/ Always found it to be very useful _ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James Leslie Sent: 14 November 2007 15:08 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: RE: [WSG] Less than and greater than

Re: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread Tom Roper
Simon, Less than is lt; and more than is qt; So it would be The quick brown fox said 3 is less than 4, then he wrote 3 lt; 4. best Tom On 14 Nov 2007, at 14:42, Simon Cockayne wrote: Hi, How should I code less than and greater than signs in UTF-8 encoded HTML? I.e. I want

RE: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread James Leslie
How should I code less than and greater than signs in UTF-8 encoded HTML? less than = lt; greater than = gt; You might find this useful: http://leftlogic.com/lounge/articles/entity-lookup/ James

Re: [WSG] Less than and greater than in UTF-8 encoded HTML

2007-11-14 Thread Mike at Green-Beast.com
Hello Simon, How should I code less than and greater than signs in UTF-8 encoded HTML? The quick brown fox said 3 is less than 4, then he wrote 3 4. The quick brown fox said 3 is less than 4, then he wrote 3 lt; 4. Greater than, , is written as gt; Cheers. Mike Cherim