What is URL Encoding? – URL Encode/Decode Explained – Web Development Tutorial

Any Web Developer should know what URL Encoding is and why we need to use it – in this video I’ll be explaining exactly that.

URL Encoding is a way we can safely transfer “unsafe” characters in the URL – things like special characters and reserved characters. It’s as simple as that!

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9 thoughts on “What is URL Encoding? – URL Encode/Decode Explained – Web Development Tutorial”

  1. This doesn't explain percent encoding of Unicode. https://tools.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3629.txt – "The first octet of a multi-octet sequence indicates the number of octets in the sequence." – I don't understand that. Percent of encoding can only be %hh, %hh%hh, or %hh%hh%hh where h=hexadecimal number. Source: https://www.url-encode-decode.com. This might be helpful: http://www.bizcoder.com/there-is-unicode-in-your-url. This helped: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTF-8#Examples.

  2. Is there a way to have the %20 in the url of chrome use a hyphen? I know each browser renders it different, mozzila leaves the blank spaces in. I just think More-than-just-a-pretty-website looks better than more%20than%20just%20a%20pretty%20website.
    Also I use a 50 character token to verify signup forms thats passed in the url. Should I be encoding the token or not?


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