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Nice one Stu! I like this one for searching those characters.
(30.04.2006, 21:02)

Just wanted to say thanks for putting together such an informative site! It really has helped me with my web ventures, and is much appreciated...
(30.05.2006, 04:23)

Hi, this one is great.. but i would like to click on the character and it can copied the "&" number to the clipboard and double-click and to copied the "&" name to clipboard.
The script miss some names like "é" for "é"
since i'm french it'll be fun..
(25.09.2006, 05:06)

FYI: You have the lowercase "c" as X, which is capital "X". The lowercase "c" should be c

Just a fyi, great site.
(03.11.2006, 02:57)

Scott, fixed....thanks.
(03.11.2006, 11:27)

Changing 'a:hover' to 'a:focus' provides a sticky effect. Combining focus and hover works but requires adding z-index to the hovers and a background color. (Why do you have 'background:transparent;' and 'background:#fff;' at the end of the '#tabl a:focus .sym' CSS?)

Works fine in FF2 but not in IE6, occasionally it does but mostly it doesn't. (?!) I didn't test other browsers.
(16.04.2007, 16:05)

Got it! IE6 Fix -

Add 'a:active' as well.
(16.04.2007, 16:09)

One more follow-up...

A cute side effect of combining hover with focus and active is that tabbing to the links pops up the popup!
(18.04.2007, 17:02)

I've been confused about UTF-8 versus ISO-8859-1. Any chance you can clarify that for me? I read that it was best to switch to UTF-8, but is that the same as Unicode? Unicode has a complicated resource site that scared me back to ISO. My attempts to clarify the whole character encoding issue by searching the web hasn't helped me. Every site gives too much information and I just want to know what to use as the best standard. Thanks.
(19.10.2007, 03:22)


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