What is url encode and how to use it?
URL encoding is a process used to convert characters in a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) from their normal, unencoded form into a format that can be transmitted over the Internet and understood by web browsers and other applications.
The encoding process takes place as part of the web server’s request/response cycle; when a user types in a URL and hits enter, the web server processes the URL and translates any special characters into their encoded form. This is necessary because some characters are not permitted in URLs, while others have a special meaning that needs to be preserved. URLs can contain a wide range of characters, including numbers, symbols, punctuation, and international characters. Most of these characters are considered non-ASCII, or characters that are not part of the basic ASCII character set. These characters must be encoded in order to be used in a URL, because the ASCII character set is the only one that can be transmitted over the Internet. Many browsers and web servers can handle non-ASCII characters, but they must be converted to the ASCII character set before they can be sent over the Internet. This is done by replacing certain characters with an ASCII representation. For example, white spaces will be replaced with a "plus sign" or with a "%20".
Just type an URL that would like to encode and click encode button.