How to display Emoji?

Make the VC group. Want it indexed in the search engines. Faced with such a problem as the insert Emoji in the description of the VC group. I put Emoji. But when I open the page code, Emoji here. And most likely in the snippet Google it will not.

How can I solve this problem, Emoji's correctly displayed?

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March 19th 20 at 08:23
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:25
Solution
As it "contains"? What, in your opinion, where does the character entity? This is your smiley face. To insert it is not so, namely Unicode, the entire page code should be in Unicode, more specifically, for example, in UTF-8. Cannot insert and display Unicode character on the page in Windows-1251 without converting it into a character entity.
Here is an example of a snippet that contains Emoji, and as you can see in the code stranicy too, these Emoji are displayed:

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what will happen to my snippet in Google if the code page is this:

5c97f615e18bc507182968.png - kaley.Morar commented on March 19th 20 at 08:28
@kaley.Morar, I have already answered your question about how to insert the symbol symbol - should be UTF-8, you my answer is not understood?
Google, most likely, still able to interpret the character entities correctly, and do not perceive them as text. - Tracey.Lem commented on March 19th 20 at 08:31
@Tracey.Lem, yeah, I don't quite understand your answer, but thank you. I hope Google will convert the list of numbers in Emoji. - kaley.Morar commented on March 19th 20 at 08:34
@kaley.Morar, this is not a list of numbers. Anything that starts with & and ends with ; is (replace) one character, it's a way of recording when the document encoding different from Unicode, and you want to display a character that is only in Unicode. - Tracey.Lem commented on March 19th 20 at 08:37
March 19th 20 at 08:27
@Tracey.Lem you the right answer, but I'm still a little chew. The VC your emoji as you would have them sent through & #...; or \u... (in the API this will work), or even copying from the symbol — Vkontakte will always display them the same way — in the format & #...; in the style of the site. In the source code there is a file that contains all of their emoji, you can read about them more.

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