URL Encode/Decode

Encode and decode URL.

URL Parameters

No parameters found.

How to use our URL Tool

Our URL Tool offers four key functionalities: Encoding a URL, Decoding a URL, Encoding a URL Component, and Decoding a URL Component. To use it, you only have to input your desired URL in the text field and select the action you wish to perform.

URL Encoding and Decoding

URL encoding is the process of translating unprintable characters or characters with special meaning within URLs to a representation that can be used in any URL. It replaces unsafe ASCII characters with a"%" followed by two hexadecimal digits. URL decoding is the inverse process of URL encoding. It is used to convert a URL containing special characters back to its original form. You can read more about URLs on Wikipedia.

URL Component Encoding and Decoding

Just like URL encoding/decoding, URL component encoding is a variant of URL encoding. It encodes a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) component by replacing each instance of certain characters by one, two, three, or four escape sequences representing the UTF-8 encoding of the character. URL component decoding does the opposite and converts each sequence of escape sequences back into the original character.

URL Parameters

URL parameters are the parts of the URL that follow the "?" and are used to understand the specifics of the content shown on a page. They are also known as URL variables. Our tool allows you to see the parameters present in your URL in a clear, tabulated format. If there are no parameters in your URL, you'll see a "No parameters found" message.

Note: Ensure your URL is properly formatted, including the http:// or https:// protocol, to correctly parse and display the URL parameters.