Url decoding is just the opposite of Url encoding. You can use the Serpana online url decoder to decode urls.
The text below illustrates how to move from plain text to encoded urls. The reverse process is known as url decoding.
Enter a string of text and encode or decode it as you like.
URL Encoding is the process of converting or changing a string into a valid URL format easily interpretable by web browsers. Valid URL format means that the URL contains only what is termed "alpha | digit | safe | extra | escape" characters. You can read more about the what and the whys of these terms on the World Wide Web Consortium site: http://www.w3.org/Addressing/URL/url-spec.html and http://www.w3.org/International/francois.yergeau.html.
URL encoding is often done to convert data passed via html forms, as such data may contain special characters like "/", ".", "#", and etc, which could either: a) have special meanings; or b) is not a valid character for a URL; or c) could be altered during transfer. For example, the "#" character needs to be encoded because it has a special meaning of that of an html anchor. The
URL Encoding often comes into play when using html
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