When I last designed my site, I tried to minimize the use of images for the sake of speed. In doing so, I used several HTML decimal entities that I thought were universal, like:
I recently discovered, though, that these aren't showing up in mobile browsers; all the user is seeing is an empty square.
I'd rather not replace these with images to do the same thing. I could realistically replace them with plain text (eg, ► becomes >), but I don't want to do that on all browsers for aesthetic purposes; I'd rather it be a last resort.
I could also replace them with pure CSS, but that's a lot of code to replace 7 little digits! LOL
Any other suggestions on how I might handle this?