Code quality Diagnostics - file.html.unknownentity: Unknown entity name
'Entities' are formal references to specific characters. They are usually employed when use of the literal character is restricted or impractical.
For example, the Latin capital letter C with a cedilla (Ç) is represented by
&#199;</code> or <code>&Ccedil;.
Entities are introduced with the ampersand (&) character followed by a prescribed set of characters. HTML defines a specific set of named entities which may be used.
This diagnostic is often triggered by an attempt to use a literal ampersand without encoding it as
&amp;, especially in URLs.
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