HTML entities are symbols that are not printed when viewing the HTML code. They are used to create text with special meanings that can't be created with regular letters and numbers or to represent characters that cannot be found on the keyboard.
HTML entities are special strings that can be used in HTML. They allow you to replace certain ASCII characters with specific symbols from other languages.
HTML entities begin with an ampersand (&) and end with a semicolon (;).
HTML entities are often used for symbols, such as the copyright symbol, "©". HTML entities are also often used to display characters that are not available on the keyboard, such as ®, ÷, etc.