If you’re referring to the International Phonetic Alphabet (which is part of UTF-8), Wikipedia has an good article about it. If you’re referring to some non-standard pronunciation notation, you can do this:
Yes, but I have not found any place which has a listing of characters that have a flat bar on top. That is the main issue with the OP. Where is the coding for the vowels having a bar on top that can be used on and HTML page?
There are not html entities (such as & for &) for each character. But unicode includes all characters and symbols you are likely to come across in most languages, including letters with a straight bar over the top.
Thank you, Ralph.m for responding to the OP accurately. Those codes worked perfectly!
I am well aware of many lists of codes for the various symbols, since I have them handy on my iPod touch to look up immediately - I just haven’t found the code containing a vowel with a bar on top. I did not need yet another list of links to various general html entity pages, but the code for the vowel with a bar on top! LOL!
Yes, I know what you mean. There are lots of them. When I get stuck, I usually turn to the unicode page (to which I linked in my last post) as it contains everything—though not necessarily in the most easy-to-find format.