- What is HTML Encoding?
- How to use HTML Encoder from Tec Robust?
- XML Character References
- Features of this Tool
- Get in Touch with Us
What is HTML Encoding and HTML Escape?
An Escape character does not have a meaning for itself and hence they define an alternate interpretation. Generally, these escape characters are of two or more characters grouped together. To explain HTML Encoding, there are several characters which makes sense to Markup(HTML) but does not to XML and more. One such character is called an Escape Character and encoding an HTML Code to that is called as HTML Encoding.
How to Use HTML Encoder(HTML Escape) of Tec Robust:
Using this is very simple. Kindly paste your HTML Code on the HTML Encoder form and click on the button “Encode”. You can find your code getting encoded instantly. Click on the “Reset” button to go back to the previous step.
Sample HTML Code:
<title>Welcome to Tec Robust</title>
<h2>AI is the Future</h2>
<p>Tec Robust is an Information Dock</p>
XML Character References:
There are a number of HTML Escape characters, however, with xml, there are only very few character entities which are sensitive to markup languages. The following is the list of them.
- < – Less than Sign(“<“)
- > – Greater than sign(“>”)
- &: – Ampersand(“&”)
- " – Quotation mark(“)
- ' – Apostrophe(‘)
Features of this Tool:
- This tool is completely Free to Use.
- The Conversion happens Instantly.
- User-Friendly Mobile Version.
- User Data is not stored and hence Privacy is well maintained.
Get in Touch with Us:
With HTML Encoder, you can encode your HTML Codes and you can specify certain actions through Escape character without affecting the other languages. If you have any Queries related to this Web App then Kindly Comment Us and we will revert to you with a solution ASAP. For instant solutions, Connect to Us through our Forum!!
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