HTML Decode

HTML Decode

Converting HTML Entities to Their Original Characters


What is HTML decoding?

HTML decoding, also known as character decoding, is the process of converting HTML entities or special characters back to their original form. It is used to display special characters correctly within an HTML document.

How does HTML decoding work?

HTML decoding involves replacing HTML entities with their corresponding characters. For example, "<" is decoded to "<" (less-than sign), ">" is decoded to ">" (greater-than sign), and "&" is decoded to "&" (ampersand).