Entitne entity converter
Entitne converts accented letters in simple text to their HTML entity equivalents. It can also make a good guess at marking paragraph beginnings and ends with the appropriate HTML p and /p tags
Entitne is generally useful when converting text composed in a word processor to HTML format. In the word processor, one can check the spelling of the words containing the accented letters, and then convert them to HTML using this application.
Input: Simply paste the raw text into the Entitne input space. There are three options:
- Convert <>&: convert less than, greater than, and ampersand to their equivalent entities. If your input text already contains HTML markup tags, you probably don't want to select this option because it will convert the HTML markup.
- Convert others: convert all other accented letters and characters. This is the most common option.
- Mark paras: make a good guess at marking paragraphs with p opening and closing tags. Enitne considers newlines as paragraph delimiters.
Output: The output is the marked up (entitized) HTML fragment ready to be copy/pasted into an HTML document.
- If you don't select any of the options, Entitne will not make any changes to your text.
- If you discover some characters in your text thare are not being converted to their proper entities, please contact TimmiT.