An alternative ascii table reference site that you can actually use. The character entities are organized in a way that make it easier for you to find the code you need fast.
For the most part the entities are alphabetized, there is no need for the capitals to be separated from the lowercase. Also the characters are a large font size so you can actually see and identify the end result for which you seek.
Also included is the HTML entity name, HTML decimal value and hexadecimal unicode value in a way you can copy it easily.
Some have asked for the ASCII Table to be order and in a table, so you can find that here: Ascii table in numerical order 32-255
Want to know why I created this site. Read about it at my blog. -- Actionable Frustration or Why I Created Character-Code.com