You must enter codes in place of certain special characters that may follow the http:// portion of the URL of the library logo image file or the exit page. The table below lists each special character and the code that replaces it.
Using a code in place of a special character is called URL encoding. The code to use contains the % symbol followed by the two-digit hexadecimal representation (case-insensitive) of the ISO-Latin code point for the character. It is not necessary for the URL to include the http:// portion of a URL or any slashes (/) following http:// in the exit page or library logo components.
|For this special character||Use this code|
|$ (dollar sign)||%24|
|= (equal to)||%3d|
|# (number or pound)||%23|
|% (per cent)||%25|
|? (question mark)||%3f|