Four character entity references deserve special mention since they are frequently used to escape special characters:
* "<" represents the < sign.
* ">" represents the > sign.
* "&" represents the & sign.
* "" represents the " mark.
Authors wishing to put the "<" character in text should use "<" (ASCII decimal 60) to avoid possible confusion with the beginning of a tag (start tag open delimiter). Similarly, authors should use ">" (ASCII decimal 62) in text instead of ">" to avoid problems with older user agents that incorrectly perceive this as the end of a tag (tag close delimiter) when it appears in quoted attribute values.
Use(Escaped) by <![CDATA[ ]]> or XML entities: < > it should work
Please refer to the link in the references section regarding these specific characters.