In your HTML documents, you'll often need to make a list of items. And you can use bullet points for this purpose.
You can show bullet points with the Unicode character (or entity) for bullet points.
In this article, I will show you the Unicode and HTML entities for showing bullet points on a web page.
Towards the end of this article, I will also show you the 5-key combinations with which you can type a big dot symbol.
The Unicode and HTML Entities for Bullet Points
The Unicode character for showing the dot symbol or bullet point is
But to use this Unicode correctly, remove the
U+ and replace it with ampersand (
&), pound sign (
x. Then type the 2022 number in, and then add a semi-colon. So, it becomes
It'll look like this:
Apart from the
• Unicode character, you can also use
• HTML entitles to show bullets or dot symbols on the web page.
The output remains the same:
The Keyboard Shortcut for Typing a Dot Symbol
To type the dot symbol on your keyboard, turn on the numeric keypad by pressing
Alt and press the
9 keys in succession.
If you don’t type the numbers with the numeric keypad, the dot symbol will not show.
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