I too have been looking for a standard set of
icons. Additionally, though, since I am blind I am really looking for a
table that would be like:
description:code - that is, two text columns.
(e.g. trademark symbol:™)
I am unfamiliar with the methods to do this so probably confuse
There are "entities" in HTML such as &sup for superscript that JFW 4.01
reads very well (JFW says "superscript").
Apparently there is also unicode and SGML. Is there a overview of the
different kinds of icon representation methods that does not get too detailed
about the inner workings of each character set.
>>> "Jon Hanna" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 07/15/02 07:54AM
> I used "™" on a site to represent the TM
Symbol, an unregistered
> Trademark. Apparently this is a reference to a
Yep, 153 is the position in the windows character
set. Its Unicode position
is 0x2122 (or 8482 in decimal) so you can use
™ or ™
You could also try ™ though that
depends more on browser support.
AFAIR There is no character 153 (though
I'm not too sure), hence the browser
was able to realise you'd made a
mistake and guess that you wanted the
windows character of that position.
(It's not an SGML thing as such, SGML uses character sets defined
similarly with XML - and hence HTML since HTML has been XML for
the last 3