EDGAR HTML

Turner documents exported to EDGAR HTML are encoded using the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII). Non‑ASCII characters are expressed as decimal numeric character references. For example, the opening double quotation mark (“), which is a non‑ASCII character, is expressed as “.

Turner documents exported to EDGAR HTML use only elements and attributes that are both specified as suitable for the EDGAR system and part of HTML5.

You can open and edit EDGAR HTML files in many text editing applications, such as TextEdit. If you edit an EDGAR HTML file in a text editing application, follow these guidelines:

When editing an EDGAR HTML file:
  • Use only ASCII characters. If you can choose an encoding for your EDGAR HTML file using your text editing application, choose ASCII or an encoding that is backward-compatible with ASCII. For more information, see ASCII Characters and Compatible Encodings.

  • If you need to use non‑ASCII characters, use character references instead of non‑ASCII characters. You can use named, decimal numeric, or hexadecimal numeric character references. See the HTML5 specification for more information about character references.

    Note: Section 5.2.2.6 of the EDGAR Filer Manual (Volume II) and the HTML Tag and Attribute Specifications for EDGAR Release 7.0 contain tables of certain non‑ASCII characters and their numeric character references. Some numeric character references in these tables are Windows‑1252 numeric character references. While many web browsers can interpret Windows‑1252 numeric character references, these numeric character references do not conform to HTML5. Consider using numeric character references that conform to HTML5 instead of Windows‑1252 numeric character references. Here are Windows‑1252 decimal numeric character references and their HTML5 equivalents:

    Character Unicode name Windows‑1252 character reference Instead consider
    EURO SIGN € €
    SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK ‚ ‚
    ƒ LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK ƒ ƒ
    DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK „ „
    HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS … …
    DAGGER † †
    DOUBLE DAGGER ‡ ‡
    ˆ MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT ˆ ˆ
    PER MILLE SIGN ‰ ‰
    Š LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON Š Š
    SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK ‹ ‹
    Œ LATIN CAPITAL LIGATURE OE Œ Œ
    Ž LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON Ž Ž
    LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK ‘ ‘
    RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK ’ ’
    LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK “ “
    RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK ” ”
    BULLET • •
    EN DASH – –
    EM DASH — —
    ˜ SMALL TILDE ˜ ˜
    TRADE MARK SIGN ™ ™
    š LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CARON š š
    SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK › ›
    œ LATIN SMALL LIGATURE OE œ œ
    ž LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH CARON ž ž
    Ÿ LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS Ÿ Ÿ
  • If you edit an EDGAR HTML file, you can use certain HTML elements and attributes. For lists of elements and attributes you can use in EDGAR HTML, see Section 5.2.2.3 of the EDGAR Filer Manual (Volume II) and the HTML Tag and Attribute Specifications for EDGAR Release 7.0.

    Note: Certain elements in Section 5.2.2.3 of the EDGAR Filer Manual (Volume II) and the HTML Tag and Attribute Specifications for EDGAR Release 7.0 do not conform to HTML5. Here are elements you might consider using instead:

    Instead of using Consider using
    <big>

    <div style="font-size:larger; display:inline"> or

    <em style="font-size:larger; font-style:inherit">

    <center> <div style="text-align:center">
    <dir> <ul>
    <font color="color" face="face">

    <div style="color:color; font-family:face; display:inline"> or

    <em style="color:color; font-family:face; font-style:inherit">

    <listing> <pre>
    <plaintext> <pre>
    <strike>

    <div style="text-decoration:line-through; display:inline"> or

    <em style="text-decoration:line-through; font-style:inherit">

    <tt> <code>, <kbd> or <samp>
    <xmp> <pre>

    The <isindex> element also does not conform to HTML5.

For more information about the EDGAR system, HTML, and CSS, see the following resources:

To learn about See
The EDGAR system

EDGAR Filer Manual

HTML Tag and Attribute Specifications for EDGAR Release 7.0

HTML

HTML5

HTML 4.01 Specification

HTML 3.2 Reference Specification

CSS Cascading Style Sheets

In addition to EDGAR HTML, you can export documents to EDGAR plain text. See EDGAR Plain Text for detailed information about EDGAR plain text. See Exporting Turner Documents to Other File Formats to learn about other file formats to which you can export a Turner document.