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You can replace the
In HTML 3.2 there was the
tag which most browsers took to meaning that the contents should be unparsed, but the tag was deprecated and it probably isn't a good idea to depend on this behavior (which was not explicitly defined as such in the HTML 3.2 specification anyway).
Hoping be useful,
PS: Everything about entities is published at [w3.org...] You may also seek the W3 Consortium specs to check entitites in the diferent versions of HTML. Even so, the ones you may need are also the ones most used and widely available: < for <, > for >, and don't forget to use & for &, or the system might try to parse following text as an entity. Also care that these entities should be used even in tag's parameters, for example encoding the & in URI's.
Edited by Herenvardo. Edit reason: 'PS' added.