Sometime ago when I wrote an article on how to use fancy fonts on your website or blog, a friend of mine suggested that I should also publish a list of special ASCII characters along with their HTML codes. These uncommon ASCII alphabets make amusing appearance on some websites.
Following is the list of special HTML ASCII characters that can be used in webpages. Before you embed any of these characters in your code, it is recommended to use UTF-8 character set in order to correctly display these symbols. For this, just include the following line in the HEAD section of your webpage:
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />
Please note that the following table contains only alphabetical characters. I have published a separate list of even more fancy symbols and Greek letters.
This is the list of fancy HTML alphabet and ASCII characters.Among these capital E, capital G, capital R, capital N, capital C, capital D and some lowercase letters are especially popular. As I mentioned above, you should use UTF-8 character set to properly display such symbols and letters. I have another article on even more fancy symbols and Greek letters.
Please let me know if you have any questions on this topic. I will be happy to try and help you. Thank you for using TechWelkin!