For those wondering how it’s done, just insert some empty HTML tags, like this:
Thanks, I shall bear that in mind for future use.
Many boffins died bringing us this information.
There’s also a character called the “Non-breaking space” that isn’t stripped and is still counted for the character-count.
On a Mac, that’s just option-space. I don’t know the key-equivalent on the PC. But the HTML allows Unicode symbols, so you can look it up and use it. ampersand nbsp semicolon, IIRC.
That is correct. When typed it looks like this (assuming I do it right)):
You can make the HTML entities show up by using the entity for the ampersand: &
And making the ampersand entity show up is an exercise in recursion.
Titus, I didn’t do it. I was circumspect with respect to the magician’s code.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
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