Juan Manuel Lopez Felizzola
Electronic eng, rails developer, anime manga & opensoftware geek!
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design and stuff
Basics for web dev
Ubuntu/Linux interesting thingys
Some design things
The following table gives the character entity reference, decimal character reference, and hexadecimal character reference for markup-significant and internationalization characters, as well as the rendering of each in your browser. Glyphs of the characters are available at the Unicode Consortium . With the exception of HTML 2.0 's " , & , < , and > , these entities are all new in HTML 4.0 and may not be supported by old browsers. Support in recent browsers is good.