URL Encode is a simple online tool.
URL Encode is a simple online tool that decodes URL-encoding and encodes it into it quickly. You can easily URL-encode data and convert it into human-readable formats.
URL-encoding is also known as "percent encoding" and is a method for encoding information within a Uniform Resource Identifier. It is commonly known as URL-encoding, but it is used more frequently within the main Uniform Resource Identifier set (URI), which includes Uniform Resource Locator and Uniform Resource Name. As such it is also used in the preparation of data of the "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" media type, as is often employed in the submission of HTML form data in HTTP requests.
About URL Encode
URL Encode is a simple and easy to use online tool for encoding URLs. You just need to type or paste a string in the input text area, the tool will automatically convert your string to URL encoded format in real time. Once the URL is encoded, you can click in the output text area to copy the encoded URL. Note that, our tool uses UTF-8 encoding scheme for encoding URLs.
The character set: We use the UTF-8 characters set. Your input data will be transmitted in this format. If you wish to change the character set used to encode data, this setting can be changed. In the case of text data the encoding scheme doesn't contain the correct character set. You may need to specify it during decoding. For files, the default binary option will not convert any data; it is required for all other documents than plain text.
Newline separator Unix and Windows use different line break characters. Therefore, the chosen option will be used to replace either of these options in your data before you encode it. This is partly irrelevant for the files section. Files already have the appropriate separators. However, you can choose which one to use for "encode each individual line" and "split lines in chunks" functions.
Code each line separately: Even the newline characters can be converted to their percent-encoded form. This option is used if you need to encode multiple data entries that are separated by line breaks.
Split lines in chunks: Encoded data will be a continuous text with no whitespaces. You can use this option to split it into multiple lines. The MIME (RFC 2045 specification) defines the character limit. It states that encoded lines should not exceed 76 characters in length.