HTML Encode

HTML Encode

This HTML Encode tool helps you convert special characters and symbols into their equivalent HTML entities or codes.

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the standard language used for creating web pages and applications. However, special characters and symbols, such as quotation marks, ampersands, angle brackets, and other non-alphanumeric characters, have a specific meaning in HTML and can cause parsing errors or display issues if not encoded properly.

An HTML encode tool helps to ensure that these special characters are correctly encoded to their equivalent HTML entities, allowing them to be displayed properly in web pages and applications. For example, the ampersand symbol (&) is encoded as "&" in HTML, while the double quotation mark (") is encoded as """. By using this HTML Encode tool, developers can quickly and easily convert special characters into their appropriate HTML entities, without having to manually edit the HTML code.

Overall, this HTML Encode tool is an essential tool for web developers and designers, as it helps to ensure that web pages and applications are displayed correctly and accurately, regardless of the special characters and symbols they contain.

How to use this tool?

To use it, enter an HTML string in the text box and click the “Encode” button. It will encode the HTML entities into an encoded string. For example, entering in <p>This is a <strong>sample</strong> HTML string.</p> and decoding it will result in &lt;p&gt;This is a &lt;strong&gt;sample&lt;/strong&gt; HTML string.&lt;/p&gt;.

You can now use the encoded text as needed. For example, if you are working on an HTML document, you can copy the encoded text and paste it into your document. The special characters will be correctly encoded and displayed as HTML entities, ensuring proper rendering in HTML.

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