> I'm afraid you can't: code 129 is defined as "unused" (see
> http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/MarkUp/html3/latin1.html). You're
> probably thinking of ™ which is the TM symbol in SGML (and
> therefore in HTML) but most browsers are so broken they don't support
On the contrary, since it's undefined in HTML, a bnrowser displaying it
is broken (one can argue).
There is no such thing as ™ in SGML itself -- you have to include
an entity set, or define the entity, to get access to it.
But you know that already, and were simplifying, I assume... :-)
> If I have to invent a TM for occasions where the font fails to provide
> one, I have successfully used a sans face (always) at 2/3 the x-height
> of the body font, positioned so that the top of it aligns with the cap
> height (not the ascender height). But this is a matter of personal
> taste: YMMV.
Shame you can't control this in HTML. YMMV I don't understand.