> Example: <http://www.williamsauction.com/ca_all.php> -- There should be > up arrows and down arrows at the top of each column, but the Webdings > font isn't being used in Firefox, which shows "5" and "6". I've tried > specifying the font with an inline style in a span -- still doesn't work. What Firefox/Win (and, incidently, Opera) is doing is correct. Your HTML markup has the characters '5' and '6'. They don't exist in the Webdings font, so the browser can't display them. It might be more correct to say that Webdings can't display ISO-8859-1 characters. Anyway, the correct solution is to put the correct characters into the markup, namely ▲ and ▼. I got those from the Unicode character charts <http://www.unicode.org/charts/>, specifically the "Geometric Shapes". Note that the hexadecimal Unicode codes need to be converted to decimal. Webdings and similar fonts (eg Wingdings) really shouldn't be used at all. Always use Unicode for this sort of thing.