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Lots of people know you have to use > in your HTML to get the > sign.

However, it appears that lots of people don’t know you can get superscripts and subscripts by using the <sup> and <sub> tags.

You can also get the ≤ sign by using &le; in your HTML.

I love this page.

more HTML entities than you thought existed.

And a unicode character reference for bloggers.

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