How to implement "</>" into a string of html?

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by domenico , in category: HTML & CSS , 3 months ago

How to implement "</>" into a string of html?

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by ryleigh , 3 months ago

@domenico 

To implement "</>" into a string of HTML, you can use HTML entities. HTML entities allow you to display special characters that have reserved meanings in HTML. The entity for "</>" is "</>".


Here is an example of how to implement "</>" into a string of HTML using the HTML entity:

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<p>This is an example of "</>".</p>


As you can see, the "</>" characters are enclosed within "<" and ">" to represent the HTML entity. When rendered by the browser, the HTML entity will be displayed as "</>".


Alternatively, you can also use character references directly:

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<p>This is an example of &#60;/&#62;.</p>


In this case, "<" represents "<" and ">" represents ">" in decimal character reference form. Similarly, when rendered by the browser, "<" and ">" will be displayed as "<" and ">", respectively, resulting in "</>".