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putting < and > on to a page.

Posted on 1998-07-03
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how do i put < and > onto a webpage?  if i just put them in it thinks its a html tag.  i know there are codes for these because i used to use a beta of frontpage 98 but that expired and i dont know the codes.  Does anyone know them?????
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by:ozo
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The same way they were put on this web page, with &lt; and &gt;
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Put these in the text.
&lt (<)
&gt (>)
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by:alamo
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Serg, ozo had it right - your answer won't work on all browsers.
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by:th_c_man
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Thanks a lot everyone.  Experts Exchange Rulz.
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Thanks a lot everyone.  Experts Exchange Rulz.
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