Use the HTML Encode Decode tool to convert reserved characters and symbols into HTML entities and vice-versa. It currently supports HTML4 and HTML5 entities and characters including the new ones. We are using a database for character entities that is autogenerated and updated frequently to make sure every character is covered.
This converts reserved characters in HTML with character entities. For example, double quotes
" after encoding it.
This converts HTML entities back to normal characters. For example, the copyright symbol
© after decoding it.
Use character entities to display reserved characters in HTML. For example, it's highly recommended to Encode less than
< and greater than
> symbols in your text, or the browser might think that they are HTML tags.