Specifically I'm trying to write
"̅" with the quotation marks to indicate the character. I want the code to appear not the character.
I'm looking for alternative answers than to use
In HTML, the characters
> are special (so are quotation marks in certain places). If you want these characters to appear, you'll need to encode them (as
> respectively). The ampersand is used for encoding, and it follows that the ampersand is also a special character. If you want an actual ampersand to appear, you need to encode that too, as
&. Specifically, if you want the string
̅ to appear, you should encode it as