HTML Encode

The HTML Encode is an online converter that converts all the ASCII characters to their HTML entities. The results maintain the original message of the character without any error.

HTML Encode

The HTML Encode is an online converter that converts all the ASCII characters to their HTML entities. The results maintain the original message of the character without any error.

The tool HTML Decode is very special for encoding plain HTML. This program helps encode data in Hyper Text Markup Language while saving you time. With the help of this tool, you can load a URL that loads plain data for encoding. After entering the URL, click the "Submit" button. Users can also convert plain HTML to encoded HTML by uploading the file.

The HTML Encode method applies HTML encoding to a specified string, syntax, server, and HTML Encode(string). Parameter, Description, String

How to Use HTML Encode

To keep your links visible to anyone who comes across them on your website or in your marketing campaigns, UseThisTool offers a free HTML encoder to prevent them from being tracked by search engines and blocked by spam filters. You only need two steps to use this tool.

Step 1. Enter the text in the box provided.

Step 2. Click the “Encode” button to instantly generate an encoded version of the HTML code.

Step 3. Copy and paste your encoded text wherever you like, and it’s done!

What is HTML Encoding?

The HTML character encoder converts all the ASCII characters to their HTML entities. Every character has a specific meaning, and every converted entity code conveys the original message of that character.

An HTML entity is a piece of text ("string") that begins with an ampersand (&) and ends with a semicolon (;). Entities are frequently used to display reserved characters (which would otherwise be interpreted as HTML code) and invisible characters (like non-breaking spaces). You can also use them in place of other characters that are difficult to type with a standard keyboard.

HTML has a set of special characters that browsers recognize as part of the HTML language itself. Less-then cannot, for example, be written directly in the HTML page because browsers will interpret it as an opening HTML tag. That is why the entity code for the symbol in HTML will be written as "<".

By using HTML encoding, special characters on websites are protected from being read as HTML code by browsers. For instance, if you used the ampersand character (&) in a headline or body of text, it would be read as an ampersand and rendered incorrectly on your page, appearing as an ampersand symbol. When used to create hyperlinks, this is known as URL encoding—converting text to URL encoded form.

How Does the HTML Encoder Work?

A text string (one that contains punctuation, letters, and numbers) is fed into an HTML encoder, which transforms it into an unreadable format. As was already mentioned, it is impossible to read the encoded data without knowing how to decode it. This makes sure that your confidential information is secure as you send it over the Internet.

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