URLEncoding

Last updated 7 months ago

To help pass special or reserved characters through URL’s to the application, they must first be urlencoded. Most platforms provide such a feature. Following is a limited list of reserved characters you can provide the encoding to. Note this is NOT a comprehensive list, but a limited set provided for example only.

For a more comprehensive list, see http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp

Character

Encoded

\

%20

?

%3F

&

%26

%22

%

%25

/

%2F

=

%3D

+

%2B