Encode a URL to a percent-encoded form, excluding already-encoded sequences
$ npm install encodeurl
var encodeUrl =
Encode a URL to a percent-encoded form, excluding already-encoded sequences.
This function will take an already-encoded URL and encode all the non-URL
code points (as UTF-8 byte sequences). This function will not encode the
"%" character unless it is not part of a valid sequence (
%20 will be
left as-is, but
%foo will be encoded as
This encode is meant to be "safe" and does not throw errors. It will try as hard as it can to properly encode the given URL, including replacing any raw, unpaired surrogate pairs with the Unicode replacement character prior to encoding.
This function is similar to the intrinsic function
encodeURI, except it
will not encode the
% character if that is part of a valid sequence, will
] (for IPv6 hostnames) and will replace raw, unpaired
surrogate pairs with the Unicode replacement character (instead of throwing).
Encode a URL containing user-controled data
var encodeUrl =var escapeHtml =http
Encode a URL for use in a header field
var encodeUrl =var escapeHtml =var url =http
$ npm test$ npm run lint