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Others have noted the correct answer, but have not clearly explained the all-important reason: why do we need this?; What do < and > stand for? &lt; stands for the < sign. Just remember: lt == less than &gt; stands for the > Just remember: gt == greater than Why can’t we simply use the < and > characters in HTML?. This is because the > and < characters are ‘reserved’ characters in HTML. Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman encouraged students to vote during a virtual PSU Votes event Thursday night as the first speaker in the organization''s Speaker Showcase series. Throughout the presentation, Fetterman emphasized the importance of collegiate voting and explained Penn State students'' voting options.