How to Add Special Characters in WordPress Posts


How to Add Special Characters in WordPress Posts
Rosemary Jacobs

This symbol which I’m seeking is: in a square box, in the square box is a almost complete circle, with a tiny line attached to the right side of the almost complete circle. This is found in the WordPress.com where the heading: “Subscription Management” and have 5 sites. The last one on the list is called DF Blog and prior to these words is a symbol as mentioned above. Now the others have a choice of weekly, /immediate “under delivery frequency”, but for DF Blog it’s blank and not given the chance to state my choice. Could you possibly help me in this matter? Monday, July 31, 2017 @ 1:18 pm. Waiting patiently for your response. Thank you for taking the time to read this email.

How to Include Special Characters in Posts for WordPress
Mary Mann

Special characters are great and have many fun uses and can definitely spice up your content. However, they can also make your writing look unprofessional and depending on the nature of your website they might be unacceptable. For example, you may be using special characters for humorous ways to say undesirable words like A$$, but it is not appropriate depending on the audience and nature of your site. There are not many businesses that go around using this language that are successful, so be careful.

How to Add Special Characters in WordPress Posts
Karry Laporte

Some sites have trademark, copyright, and registered symbols in their articles for informing users. These are great for sites but as there is no button on a keyboard for these icons it can be difficult for beginners to use them. In this video, we will show you how to add special characters in WordPress posts.

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