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HTML Codes for Turkish

HTML codes to put Turkish characters on your Web page

The following list includes the HTML codes for Turkish characters not in the standard character set. Not all browsers support all the codes, so be sure to test your HTML codes before you use them.

Some Turkish characters are part of the Unicode character set, so you need to declare that in the head of your documents:

<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />

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How to Use HTML Codes for Special Characters

Characters for Specific Languages and Uses:
Czech, Slovak, and Slovenian | French | German | Greek | Hawaiian | Italian | Polish | Romanian | Russian (Cyrillic) | Spanish | Turkish |
Currency Codes | Mathematical Codes | Punctuation Codes | Pronunciation Codes | Diacritics Codes | ASCII Codes Sub-Set

Display Friendly Code Numerical Code Description
İ    &#304; Capital I-dotted
ı    &#305; Lowercase i-dotless
Ö &Ouml; &#214; Capital O-umlaut
ö &ouml; &#246; Lowercase o-umlaut
Ü  &Uuml; &#220; Capital U-umlaut
ü  &uuml; &#252; Lowercase u-umlaut
Ç &Ccedil; &#199; Capital C-cedil
ç &ccedil; &#231; Lowercase c-cedil
Ğ   &#286; Capital G-breve
ğ   &#287; Lowercase g-breve
Ş   &#350; Capital S-cedil
ş   &#351; Lowercase s-cedil
  &#8356; New Lira
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