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˘˘ on webpage?

Posted by MaryAnnTX (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 30, 02 at 10:00

Could someone please check out the codes on this page Page I'm Working On and tell me why the ˘˘ is appearing on the left under NSCISD? I have tried to figure it out...but nothing pops out at me.
Thanks,
MaryAnn


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

Look at the text below. It is copied-pasted from your site and contains two $ cent-symbols.

(td ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP WIDTH="20%" HEIGHT="100%" BGCOLOR="#CC0000")
(center)
(hr WIDTH="100%")˘˘(img SRC="linksnscisd2.jpg" BORDER=0 height=71 width=89)
(br)
(hr WIDTH="100%")(/center)

Hope this helps.

Niels.


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

Thanks Niel,
Guess I just didn't look close enough!

MaryAnn


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RE:: ˘˘ on webpage?

Well,. in the code should this ˘ appear,.. but it is replaced.
The real text is & cent; without the space between the & en the c

Niels


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

Niels, isn't it strange how some things like that just appear? I know it wasn't put there on purpose!
I've got it fixed now and really appreciate your help with this and other questions that I have posted.

MaryAnn


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2 cents worth

My boss says it was just someone trying to put in their 2 cents. LOL
MaryAnn


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

HA HA HA!! That's a great one. :O)

So how did you type the cent symbols into this thread's subject line anyway??


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

I used the code from the 'character map'. For the ˘ sign while holding down the alt key, type 0162, then release the alt key. It also comes in handy when typing the degrees sign ° alt-0176 and fractions like ˝ alt-0189.


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

Or you can also use a code:
&_cent;

I cannot post the code correctly, then it will show the result. So you have to delete the underscore so the &c are connected. :-)

Hope this helps.

Niels.


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RE: ˘˘ on webpage?

Thanks Niels! I figured that it would be similar to the ©

Let's test it here: ˘

Cool!


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