viriHTMLCoder

1.4.2 05 Feb 2006

Decimal character encoding for HTML.

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Developer website: Vitor Ribeiro

viriHTMLCoder converts plain text into decimal coded text to be used in html pages. Example: page@site.de becomes Decimal Mode: #112 #97 #103 #101 #64 #115 #105 #116 #101 #46 #100 #101 Hex Mode: #x70 #x61 #x67 #x65 #x40 #x73 #x69 #x74 #x65 #x2e #x64 #x65 Mixed Mode : #112 #x61 #103 #x65 #64 #x73 #105 #x74 #101 #x2e #100 #x65 which is quite difficult to read - isn't it? This is useful to hide your email address which is normally written as "normal" text and therefore can be easily identified in the source code of your html page. The other way around works as well. Whenever you find a "cryptic" address on a website, just copy it and paste it into viriHTMCoder. Convert HTML to text and see what they tried to hide from you. This version of viriHTMLCoder is freeware. You use it at your own risk. (c) 2005 Vitor Ribeiro

What's New

Version 1.4.2:
  • Fixed minor bugs
  • 1st universal binary release
NOTE: This is the first universal binary release. However, I do not own an Intel Mac yet and therefore I can't test it. In case you find any problem on a Intel Mac please let me know. Thanks Version 1.4.1 - Fixed a minor bug in the error checking routine - used PackageMaker for application distribution Version 1.4 New Features - improved support for 16bit unicode characters - improved error handling - replaced single text line with multi line text - minor bug fixes Version 1.3 New features: - added hex coding - added mixed hex and dec coding - adder error/format checking during HTML to text conversion - added limit of 65535 = 4 Byte Unicode as character code Version 1.2 First public release

Requirements

Mac OS X

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Details

Downloads
2,281
Version Downloads
1,820
Type
Development / HTML
License
Free
Date
05 Feb 2006
Platform
OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price
Free