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how do i get the character ê (e with the acute on it) in my html code in the <font> attribute?
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It has nothing to do with the font tag.  whereever you want it, you specify it with &ecirc; or &#234; and the browser renders it.

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Pretty fast CD :P
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Glad I could help. Thanks for the A. :^)

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