I'm looking for the html code for the dot. Not the dot that's at the end of sentences but the dot that's used to separate items horizontally.
Item 1 . Item 2 . Item 3
The traditional dot is centered on the bottom of the line while the dot I'm looking for is centered on the middle.
There's actually seven variants of this:
char description unicode html html entity utf-8 · Middle Dot U+00B7 · · C2 B7 · Greek Ano Teleia U+0387 · CE 87 • Bullet U+2022 • • E2 80 A2 ‧ Hyphenation Point U+2027 ₁ E2 80 A7 ∙ Bullet Operator U+2219 ∙ E2 88 99 ● Black Circle U+25CF ● E2 97 8F ⬤ Black Large Circle U+2B24 ⬤ E2 AC A4
Depending on your viewing application or font, the Bullet Operator may seem very similar to either the Middle Dot or the Bullet.
Do you mean bulletpoints? • • •
That's a bullet: •
The semantically correct character is the Interpunct, also known as middle dot, as HTML entity
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You could also use the bullet point character, as HTML entity
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Try the HTML code:
Which will appear as:
This can be done easily using
·. You can color or size the dot according to the tags you wrap it with. For example, try and run this
<h2> I · love · Coding </h2>