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Online URL Encoder / Decoder

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URL Encoder / Decoder

Enter the text that you wish to encode or decode:

About URL Encoder / Decoder

This online tool helps you encode or decode a string of text. 

Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) have to be encoded uniformly to achieve cross-platform interoperation.

This tool is free to use and you don't necessarily have to be a programmer.


What is URL Encoding?

URL encoding is used to encode characters so that they can be displayed on a web page. When you type a URL on your browser, you can see the URL encoded version of the URL that was entered.

The two hexadecimal numbers of the triplet(s) define the numeric value of the replaced character.

URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) and URL (Uniform Resource Locator) encoding are terms that are a bit inexact because they apply to any other URIs, such as URNs.

Hence, percent encoding is the best term to be used.


Why You Should Use Our URL Encoding/Decoding

Once you enter data that has been inputted into HTML forms is submitted, the server receives an HTTP request message with the names and values encoded using either the GET or POST, or, historically, via email methods.

Our URL Encoding/Decoding is intelligent and easy to use. It is completely free to use without any financial commitment.


How to Use URL Encoding/Decoding

It is simple to use. Simply enter the text that you wish to encode or decode in the text box provided.

Next, click on the Submit button and wait for a few seconds for your result to display.


Which Characters Are Permitted in a URL?

There are two characters allowed in a URI. The reserved or unreserved.

Reserved characters are those with special meaning, while unreserved characters don't have church meaning.

Using percent encoding, characters which in the first place would not be permitted are depicted using allowed characters.

The character sets of reserved and unreserved characters and the events under which unique reserved characters have special meaning have transformed over time.

It is only under certain conditions that the reserved character should be encoded. Examples of the reserved characters are: !* ' () . .@ & = + $, / ?% # []

The unreserved characters can also be encoded but should be done. Examples of unreserved characters are: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 _. ~


If you have any questions, suggestions or issues using the rewriting tool, we are very much open to hearing from you. Kindly contact us via our technical support email.