Left-To-Right Mark (U+200E) | Copy and Paste [‎] Character

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The Left-to-Right Mark, represented as U+200E in Unicode, is especially useful for maintaining the correct left-to-right orientation of punctuation marks in a text string.

This is particularly relevant when the string includes both left-to-right languages (such as English and Cyrillic) and right-to-left languages (such as Syriac, Arabic, and Hebrew).

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Left-To-Right Mark Table

Character NameLeft-To-Right Mark
HTML Code&‎‎#8206;
HTML Entity‎
CSS Code\200E
JavaScript/Java/C \u{200E} (JavaScript and ES6), \\u200E (Java and C)


Using Left-To-Right Mark in HTML

To add a Left-to-Right Mark (U+200E) in HTML, you can use either the HTML entity (‎) or the decimal Unicode character (‎). Here’s an example of how to use it:

Using HTML Code:

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Using HTML entity:

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Using Left-To-Right Mark in CSS

In CSS, you can insert it as content within the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements. Here’s an example of how to do this:

To copy the code, simply double-click on it and press Ctrl+C.


 .left-to-right-mark::after {
    content: "\200E";  }
.left-to-right-mark::before {
    content: "\200E";


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<html lang="en">
  <meta charset="UTF-8">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
  <title>Left-to-Right Mark in CSS</title>
 .left-to-right-mark::after {
    content: "\200E";  }

 .left-to-right-mark::before {
    content: "\200E";
  <div class="left-to-right-mark">Copy & Paste Left-To-Right Mark Character - Blankspacecopy.com</div>

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