Special characters on web pages

In the car, she said that she is so exciting to start the work, to help older people to learn digital technology. It’s difficult to explain web page, email address, URL, Internet, etc. but it’s fun. Indeed, we use the terms without thinking it’s jargon to some people. “HTML code” is one of my examples. People prefer WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get), and easily forget them especially when they use special characters on a web page.

Two handy tools may make creating your web pages easier.

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