HTML has special handling for characters like < and > symbols, so it doesn’t work well with those characters where they shouldn’t be. Having spurious characters like those symbols in your text can have some weird effects – blocks of text not appearing, broken formatting, and generally just not seeing what you expect to see.
This can all be fixed by ‘escaping’ those characters. This process involves scanning the text for those characters, and replacing them with a special character-code that browsers can interpret as the correct symbol, without actually embedding that symbol in your text.
For example, the escaped character code for > is >. Most web platforms have some way of manually encoding and decoding this escaped format. If not, you can use our online HTML Encoder and Decoder to do the job. The HTML character encoder converts all applicable characters to their corresponding HTML entities. Certain characters have special significance in HTML and should be converted to their correct HTML entities to preserve their meanings. For example, it is not possible to use the < character as it is used in the HTML syntax to create and close tags. It must be converted to its corresponding < HTML entity to be displayed in the content of an HTML page. HTML entity names are case sensitive.
This HTML Encoder Will Change The Following Code Into Given Format.
- < becomes <
- > becomes >
- ” (double quote) becomes "
- ‘ (single quote) becomes '
- & becomes &
How To USE?
1.) Click On The Below Button.
2.) Enter Your HTML Code.
3.) Click “Encode HTML Code” Button.
4.) Now Copy The New Code.
5.) And Paste This Any Where In HTML Area.
Just click on the above button to use free online HTML encoder to encode your code for any use. You can encode any language easily nearly…