Check Site Charset

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Check Site Encoding

About the tool

If you want to know what encoding is on the pages of your Internet project, then the easiest way to do this is with the help of our service for determining the site encoding.

How to use?

All you have to do is put the URL in the box and click on the "Check Site Charset" button. In a few seconds, you will see results that will give you a clear idea of your site's page encoding.

What site encodings exist?


Let's list some of the most convenient and popular coding methods:

UTF-8

Unicode Transformation Format. Eight-bit Unicode representation. It was invented in 1992 and is still the gold standard for all software in the world. For Cyrillic, Unicode has two sections: Cyrillic and Cyrillic Supplement.

Windows-1251

Created in 1990 specifically for the localization of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Cyrillic eight-bit encoding is the second most popular.

KOI8-R

Eight-bit Cyrillic coding standard. If we remove the eighth bit from each character, we get a transcription of Russian letters into Latin. It is sometimes used in e-mail, but today it is rarely found on the Internet.