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Tip of the Day
Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Dec 9, 1998

Trademark HTML Entity not Universally Supported

Web authors have come to depend on HTML entities (those strings that begin with & and end with ;) to represent special characters (from ISO 8859-1 Latin-1). Microsoft Internet Explorer supports the trademark character through the "™" entity, but be aware of what browser your audience is using before you rely on ™, as your page will display ™ rather than ™ on other browsers. An alternative way to display TM is:
 
Yet Another Trademark<SUP><SMALL>TM</SMALL></SUP>
which appears as:

Yet Another TrademarkTM

Erik Goetze
 
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