Tool to make escaped or unescaped HTML code. The HTML code is able to auto-encode to display itself in HTML pages thanks to the HTML escape mechanism.
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HTML Escape (or HTML Entities Encoding) is the name given to the technique that allows you to display HTML code inside an HTML code. The basic principle is to encode the characters < and > and the apostrophe ' so that they are no longer considered as tags.
Example: < is coded <
HTML codes start with & (ampersand) and end with ; (semicolon)
In the emergence of HTML, character encoding standards such as UTF-8 were not yet sufficiently developed and non-ASCII characters (beyond 127 and from ISO-8859-1) were generally problematic. One solution was to encode them in HTML.
Example: ¤ for ¤
The HTML escape strings depends on the programming language, PHP uses the functions htmlspecialchars() and htmlentities()
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