UTF-8 compatible accented characters

Sometimes the simplest information is difficult to find. Today I was searching for the HTML entities for French characters. Fortunately, I found the following resource French Encoding and Language Tags from Penn State.

Here’s an example of the information available on the Teaching with Technology site:

  Lowercase Vowels
à à (225)
â â (226)
ä ä (228)
è è (232)
é é (233)
ê ê (234)
ë ë (235)
î î (238)
ï ï (239)
ô ô (244)
Å“ œ (156)
ù ù (250)
û û (251)
ü ü (252)
ÿ ÿ (255)

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