@Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)
All I need to do is find a font with the Unicode symbols
U+2714 HEAVY CHECK MARK
U+1F4F1 MOBILE PHONE
From the Wikipedia Emjoi article:
Some Linux distributions support Emoji Characters after installing extra fonts. In Ubuntu or Debian based distributions this can be achieved by installing the package ttf-ancient-fonts
so the Linux should be sortable;
Windows 8 and higher supports the full Unicode emoji characters through Microsoft's Segoe UI family of fonts.
I don't have a Win8 system or higher
My Win7 laptop is on long term loan to my mother
My Vista box died from capacitor plague
I'm using my XP laptop
My WinME laptop HDD died
I have zero money to upgrade
I've still got a couple of Win98 systems, but they don't handle modern web stuff well - that's the reason for the Linux, the ancient Thinkpad 600E dual boots but is only really useable under Linux with a stripped down desktop (and Ernest, it took a lot more work to get Zorin onto it than AntiX).
The Open Sans Emjoi font
gives the mobile phone symbol, but not the checkmark - I'll keep looking
Lazeez, try/consider using U+2611 (Ballot box with check ☑ ) instead of the (naked) heavy check mark, that's in the open font and should be well supported. I remember years ago having to use a boxed checkmark where I would have preferred a naked one, and I think it was on a box with plenty of Unicode support for mathematical symbols so the naked check may well be more recent and less well supported.
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Maybe look to see how
do it - the character displays on that page
Also,that checkmark was introduced in V1.1 (the earliest version) but isn't in the above font, along with about a third of the others.
Another possible to consider, being a bit cutesy, would be the 'registered' sign (circled R ® , U+00AE) which IIRC was available back in DOS days