How To Web Design & Dev HTML Codes for Czech, Slovak, and Slovenian Language Characters HTML codes to put Czech, Slovak, and Slovenian characters on your Web page Share Pin Email Print Web Design & Dev HTML Basics CSS by Jeremy Girard Author, educator, and director of marketing/head of web design and development at Envision Technology Advisors. Updated April 27, 2018 Even if your site is written in English only and does not include multi-lingual translations, you may need to add Czech, Slovak, or Slovenian language characters to that site on certain pages or for certain words. The list below includes the HTML codes necessary to use Czech, Slovak, or Slovenian characters that are not in the standard character set and are not found on a keyboard's keys. Not all browsers support all these codes (mainly, older browsers may cause problems - newer browsers should be fine), so be sure to test your HTML codes before you use them. Some Czech, Slovak, or Slovenian characters may be part of the Unicode character set, so you need to declare that in the head of your documents: Here are the different characters you may need to use. Display Friendly Code Numerical Code Description Á Á Á Capital A-acute á á á Lowercase a-acute Ą Ą Capital A-cedille ą ą Lowercase a-cedille Ä Ä Ä Capital A-umlaut ä ä ä Lowercase a-umlaut É É É Capital E-acute é é é Lowercase e-acute Ę Ę Capital E-cedille ę ę Lowercase e-cedille Ě Ě Capital E-hachek ě ě Lowercase e-hachek Í Í Í Capital I-acute í í í Lowercase i-acute Ó Ó Ó Capital O-acute ó ó ó Lowercase o-acute Ô Ô Ô Capital O-circ ô ô ô Lowercase o-circ Ú Ú Ú Capital U-acute ú ú ú Lowercase u-acute Ů Ů Capital U-ring ů ů Lowercase u-ring Ý Ý Ý Capital Y-acute ý ý ý Lowercase y-acute Č Č Capital C-hachek č č Lowercase c-hachek ď ď d-apostrophe ť ť t-apostrophe Ĺ Ĺ Capital L-acute ĺ ĺ Lowercase l-acute Ň Ň Capital N-hachek ň ň Lowercase n-hachek Ŕ Ŕ Capital R-acute ŕ ŕ Lowercase r-acute Ř Ř Capital R-hachek ř ř Lowercase r-hachek Š Š Capital S-hachek š š Lowercase s-hachek Ž Ž Capital Z-hachek ž ž Lowercase z-hachek Using these characters is simple. In the HTML markup, you would place these special character codes where you want the Czech, Slovak, or Slovenian character to appear. These are used similarly to other HTML special character codes that allow you to add characters that are also not found on the traditional keyboard, and therefore cannot be simply typed into the HTML in order to display on a web page. Remember, these characters codes may be used on an English language website if you need to display a word with one of these characters. These characters would also be used in HTML that was actually displaying full translations, whether you actually coded those web pages by hand and had a full Czech, Slovak, or Slovenian version of the site, or if you used a more automated approach to multilingual web pages and went with a solution like Google Translate. Original article by Jennifer Krynin, edited by Jeremy Girard Continue Reading French Language Characters and Your HTML Code How Do You Add Russian (Cyrillic) Characters to Your Webpage? An Overview of HTML Codes for Greek Language Characters The HTML Codes for Romanian Language Characters How Do You Add German Characters to Your Webpage? Need to Add Turkish Language Characters to Your Site? Need to Add Polish Characters to Your Web Page? Learn the HTML Codes for Spanish Language Characters Looking for the HTML Code for a Special Character? Excel's CHAR and CODE Functions Need an HTML Special Character Code? Here Is a Complete List How Do You Type Characters With Umlaut Marks? How to Use Special Characters in HTML How to Type a Tilde Mark Yes, You Can Type Characters With Cedilla Accent Marks. Here's How Need to know the ISO code for a language in HTML? Here's a list.