What is HTML Encoding?
HTML Encoding is a way of ensuring text will be accurately shown by a browser.
The process of ‘HTML encoding’ involves replacing certain characters (such as < and >) with a particular ‘escape sequence’ of characters that a browser knows how to display and that don’ interfere with browser rendering.
Wikipedia has a good expalanation of character encodings and how some characters should be represented in HTML.
Load the data to HTML–encode from a file, then press the ‘Encode’ button:
Alternatively, type or paste in the text you want to HTML–encode, then press the ‘Encode’ button.