Whenever I have to look up the HTML code for ASCII characters, I have to comb through pages of tables. I am aware of CTRL+F, but still, it’s annoying as hell. I could also search for them on Google, but I am ultimately led back gross tables.

Out of sheer boredom and the need to simplify my search for ASCII characters, I decided to create a little search engine. Now, it’s an ongoing project 🙂

I’ve added a nifty auto-complete feature. I’m working on adding more fancy jQuery features to “optimize” the experience. The CSS design is pretty minimalist (which I want to keep). I’m open to any type of suggestion!

Happy searching!

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  • I’m a beginner at web and graphic designing. I do believe that I have grown with adding more details and improving my web design. However, I do need to learn new things and stay updated. Especially if I plan on opening my web and graphic designing business in 2013. I appreciate you posting useful information! 🙂

  • You should definitely learn Javascript or PHP, they are pretty useful for web development! Doing odd freelancing jobs here and there helped me pick up my feet 😀

    Good luck!

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