What is an alternate HTML character I can use instead of &trade for older browsers?
why not something basic (but ugly) like <sup>TM>sup>
..or an image?
...there's no "tm" in the ISO Latin-1 characterset, so outputting it like that wouldn't work either...<BR><BR>Craig.
it doesn't have the letters t & m?
This is what Nasdaq.com does (just found it).
...it doesn't have the superscript "tm" trademark symbol.<BR><BR>However, it has the © symbol (lets see if that comes out right!).<BR><BR>Craig.
ah, I had actually typed the letters t & m....
this will help in an older browser but did you try<BR><BR>™