HTML Decode

HTML decoding is an easy to use tool to encode plain HTML into encoded html.

What can you do with HTML Decode?

HTML Decode is a unique tool that encodes plain HTML.
This tool will save you time and help you encode Hyper Text Markup language data.

This tool allows you to load the Plain HTML URL. It loads plain data to encode. Click on the URL button. Enter URL and click Submit.
You can convert plain HTML Files to encoded HTML files by simply uploading the file.

HTML Decoder Online works on Windows, MAC and Linux.

This online HTML Encoder Tool is free and can be used to convert any characters to the appropriate HTML entities. You can also decode the encoded characters, and convert the HTML code into a JavaScript Unicode string.

HTML (Hypertext markup Language) refers to the standard markup language used for documents that are intended to be displayed in web browsers. Technology such as Cascading style sheets (CSS), and scripting languages like JavaScript can assist with this.

Web browsers can receive HTML documents from a website server or local storage. They then convert the HTML documents into multimedia web pages. HTML is a semantic representation of a web page's structure and includes cues to determine the appearance.

HTML has been around since 1991. HTML 4.0, however, was the first standard version to allow international characters to be treated fairly fully. Two aspects must be considered when an HTML document contains special characters that are not within the seven-bit ASCII range. These are the information's integrity and universal browser display. 

ASCII is an acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a standard for electronic communication character encoding. ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is the most commonly used character set, or character encoding, on computers. It was the original standard for character encoding. It defines 128 characters, including English Letters and numbers. ASCII encodes only the upper-and lowercase Latin alphabets, numbers 0-9 and some additional characters, making a total of 128 characters.

HTML Encoding is the process of converting a document that has special characters beyond the normal range of seven-bit ASCII to a standard format. So that the browsers can correctly and easily parse the information, the header information indicating the type of encoding is sent to the server.

Web encoding correctly displays the text or string in browsers. Our browsers can directly copy any text copied from a webpage. To display the output properly, these ASCII characters must also be encoded.

What are the reserved characters of HTML?

HTML contains a number of special characters that browsers recognize as part the HTML language. Browsers, for example, interpret the HTML code's character as the beginning of a tag. The character in HTML code is therefore considered a reserved character. Because it specifies the beginning of a tag, the HTML language reserves it.

How can you tell browsers to treat those reserved characters as part of the content and not as part of HTML code?

The HTML character entity references are here to save the day.

Three reserved characters should always be used in place of their equivalent entity character references.

You should substitute for ""
You should substitute > for ">".
You should substitute & for "&".

HTML decode

HTML character decoding is the reverse process of encoding. In the decoding process, encoded characters are returned to their original form. It decodes strings that contain HTML numeric characters references and returns the decoded string.

You can also convert HTML code to JavaScript strings.

HTML Encoder can also convert HTML code to JavaScript Unicode string. This means that the source code looks sloppy, but it is normal when it's executed as a webpage.

HTML Encode

HTML character encoder converts ASCII characters into HTML entities. Each character has a particular meaning, and each converted entity code conveys that message.

An HTML entity is a string of text that starts with an ampersand and ends with a semicolon (;).. Entities are often used to display reserved characters, which could be mistakenly interpreted as HTML code, and invisible characters like non-breaking spaces. They can be used in place of characters that are more difficult to type on a standard keyboard.

HTML contains a number of special characters that browsers recognize to be part of the HTML language. Browsers will recognize less-than as an opening HTML tag, so it cannot be written directly on HTML pages. will be the entity code for sign in HTML.

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