In UNICODE standards ‘black’ means ‘solid’
“black in a character names refers to the symbol being solid/filled in.”
so a black heart is in fact red is in fact a black heart
on a webpage in firefox the first click of a windowkey + . heart gives black heart the second click (after clicking orange and yellow) gives red heart
missing windowkey + . tooltips (icontips for white heart, brown heart and yellow shorts characters most tooltips / icontips (including ironically) the broken heart work fine
windows 10 bug @microsoftuk some unicode heart characters are missing
all hearts seem to work fine in wordpress
Unicode 8.0 (and v6 and v7) (UTF-8)
diversity and gender emoji modifiers
I hadn’t realised Unicode was that comprehensive and that
in Unicode 8.0, there are a total of 1,282 emoji, which are represented using 1,051 code points.
Unicode can be confusing !
For a start there are a number of different encodings such as :
A RFC-2396 URI must be encoded / escaped using UTF-8 (and %hex-values) so if you want to acccess a web page called
and different browsers seem to work with Unicode URIs in different ways !