URL calculator: encoder and decoder
Encode or decode given text using so-called URL-encode used widely to send data over internet e.g. for website addresses.

Beta version#

This online calculator is currently under heavy development. It may or it may NOT work correctly.
You CAN try to use it. You CAN even get the proper results.
However, please VERIFY all results on your own, as the level of completion of this item is NOT CONFIRMED.
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Settings - choose a scenario that best fits your needs#

What do you want to do

Input - enter the text that you wish to encode or decode#

Output - your text after conversion goes here#


Some facts#

  • URL encoding is one of ways to transmit information used over internet.
  • URL encoding is most often used when we send HTTP queries, which may contain data such as website address or form data.
  • Correctly encoded data can only contain the following characters:
  • Due to the use of the percent sign (%), URL encoding is sometimes called percent-encoding.
  • The document that defines the URL encoding is RFC 3986.

See also#

  • If you're interested in various ways of coding information check out our other calculators:
    • URL encoding (sometimes called percent-encoding) - used mainly when sending www addresses and forms during HTTP(S) queries,
    • BASE64 encoding - a popular way of sending binary data on the internet using protocols originally designed as text,
    • Braille alphabet - a way of encoding text using convex points arranged on a plane, designed for the blind people,
    • Morse code - a way of writing textual information using pulses of different length, e.g. electric or light, formerly used in telegraphy,
    • punycode - a way to encode internet domains containing international characters ouside of Latin alphabet.

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