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How to get Rupee Symbol in HTML?

Ever since the Union Cabinet approved the new Rupee symbol I have been both excited and nervous.

Excited because Rupee is now the fifth currency in the world to have its own symbol. After US Dollar, British Pound-Sterling, Euro, and Japanese Yen, Rupee is just fifth in the entire world to have its own distinct identity. This means a huge leap for Indian Economy in world Scenario.

Truly, its creator D Udaya Kumar has done a great job, as the symbol resembles ‘Ra’ in Devnagari Script and ‘R’ in the Roman Script. Making it appeal to both international and Indian audiences.

The Great Rupee Symbol.

Now, what makes me nervous is how to get it to show in all the websites?

Foradian technologies has done a great job in developing a Rupee Foradianin which you can just get the symbol by typing ‘`’ key (the one just above the Tab key)

But, on the HTML we would usually go about it by typing it in Photoshop and creating an image for it. Well that is the one of doing it. But it is time consuming as it may vary as to how many different colours and sizes you want it in your website. You will have to create different images and make it settle properly with the text to make show properly in the website online.

If I put in the HTML symbol then we will have to ask each and every user of our website to download and install Rupee font in their systems in order to see the symbols on the website. This is not a very feasible option.

I have come across another useful way, in which we can put the rupee font directly inside the HTML mark-up and it will show perfectly on all the browsers without having to install any font on the system.

The key here is to supply the font from your side to the user. Every time the user opens the page, his browser will download the font from the server and then show the Rupee symbol.In CSS3 we can embed the font using “@font-face” property. This is used to embed the True type fonts externally.

Here at Blue Ornate, we maintain our websites to show perfectly in 5 major browsers. 4 of them are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Apple Safari. These follow the the W3C standards impeccably. But the fifth one Internet Explorer 8, doesn’t so much. But the none the less we have to maintain sites for this as a new user will have to use this browser as it comes pre-installed with all the latest version of Windows.

It is very easy to show Rupee symbol in four major browsers i.e. Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari, we have to just use “@font-face” property and create a font family and include the binary code of the font glyph.

Just insert these lines in the CSS:

@font-face {
	font-family: 'rupee';
	src: local('☺'), url(data:font/truetype;charset=utf-8;base64,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format('truetype');
	font-weight: normal;
	font-style: normal;
}

This will create a font family called “rupee”, and you can use this font family just like you use any other font families.

When we use this newly created font family in our HTML and type capital ‘R’, we will get Rupee symbol in these four major browsers. But IE (internet Explorer) will still show capital ‘R’. To enable the symbol we will have to insert an external URL of this font glyph in ‘.eot’ format. ‘.EOT’ stands for Embedded Open-Type font. IE understands this font without any trouble. And with this you will be able to get Rupee symbol in all major browsers including all versions of IE.

Download the rupee_webfont.eot here rupee_webfont.eot

Create a fonts folder in the root folder of your project and put this file in side it. And now insert a line just below font-family: ‘rupee';  line:

src: url('rupee_webfont.eot');

Now you when you use “rupee” font-family in you style or css, you can just type capital “R” and you will get a rupee symbol in all 5 browsers including the infamous Internet Explorer.

Once you get the Rupee symbol using font family ‘Rupee’, you can just add more properties in this class to change its colour or size just like you would change in any other font.

You can see a Demo Here
Project Files: Rupee Font in HTML

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.blueornate.com/how-to-get-rupee-symbol-in-html/

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  1. purushotam sharma

    is it possible that can we convert the Rs in the rupees symbol instead of “R” , because your solution failed in the magento site…..
    PLease reply so we can proceed with this solution…….

    1. Navmeet Singh

      Hello Purushotam,
      Thanks for writing to us. Yes there is another solution for your problem, you can use the solution given here – http://webrupee.com/
      If you use their code, it will convert all Rs. instances on your website to ₹ symbols.

      P.S. sorry for the late reply.

  2. Hussain

    Why this css is not supporting in IE10… I am trying to find the solution can anyone help me on this issue

    Thanks

    1. Navmeet Singh

      Hi Hussain,
      The new css works in IE10. Kindly see this link: http://blog.blueornate.net/demo/rupee_demo/demo.html
      You can download these files here

      1. Hussain

        Hello Navmeet,

        Thanks for your reply..

        I checked your new css it’s working fine in IE10.

        But, when am integrating the new css am getting an error.

        CSS3114: @font-face failed OpenType embedding permission check. Permission must be Installable. 
        JwCWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEwAAAAEAAgADADUBAgEDAQQBBQEGAQcBCAEJAQoBCwEMAQ0BDgEPB3VuaTAwQTAHdW5pMjAwMAd1bmkyMDAxB3VuaTIwMDIHdW5pMjAwMwd1bmkyMDA0B3VuaTIwMDUHdW5pMjAwNgd1bmkyMDA3B3VuaTIwMDgHdW5pMjAwOQd1bmkyMDBBB3VuaTIwMkYHdW5pMjA1Rg==

        My web application is running on localhost.

        Thanks
        Hussain

        1. Navmeet Singh

          Hello Hussain,
          Sorry for that inconvenience. It appears that Microsoft has made it difficult for webpages to load font files while running on local machines. However it work in IE8. So, my workaround is also going to be based on it.
          You simply add the following meta tag to the head section of your html file:

          <meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=8">

          This should force IE10 to load the page using IE8 standards, hence, load the font and display the Rupee symbol.
          You will need to restart your IE to make it work.
          I hope it helps.

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      Dear Sateesh,
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    1. Navmeet Singh

      thanks rajiv, i hope you enjoyed it.

  19. Tarun Kumar

    Good code..!! thanks for helping us
    I used this demo on my local site its working properly
    Thank You

    1. Navmeet Singh

      Thanks Tarun,
      if you need any more help with this, do reply on this post, we’ll be happy to help you.

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