A quick WordPress tip to add special characters to your content

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Do you know that you can include special characters in your WordPress posts and pages without leaving your dashboard?

The feature is located in the second row of the Visual Editor‘s editing icons.

Special characters WordPress

If you don’t see the second row, click the Kitchen Sink icon Kitchen Sink icon wordpress.

I hope you found this little tip useful. 

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  1. Ian Anderson Gray

    Wow, I am so embarrassed to admit that I didn’t realise that. That’s such a great tip. I tend to use the code editor most of the time and paste in the unicode code. However, this is such a simple tip which I think I’ll be using in future!

    By the way, how did you create the animated gif? Really good use of one in the blog.

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