Special characters

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Different browsers render URLs differently and sometimes unpredictably. If you're adding special characters to your URL (perhaps to create a text overlay), you may need to use the ASCII equivalent:

ASCII Character URL-encoding
space %20
/ %2F
! %21
" %22
# %23
$ %24
% %25
& %26
' %27
( %28
) %29
* %2A
+ %2B
, %2C
© %A9
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