In a HTML text, some "special characters" (letters with accents used in some languages, signs like â¬ etc...) might be incorrectly displayed on the Web if they are not "encoded", that is to say if they are not replaced with a specific series of characters .
Doing all these boring changes is precisely the job of the small application caraSpecia.
caraSpecia is very simple to use: just select a part of the text, and drag-and-drop it on the only window of the application. That's all.
It is also possible to modify a whole file: just drop it on more...
- Simpler, faster, more reliable.
- It is now possible to choose the code to be used: text, decimal or hexadecimal.
- Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later