Get HTML Encoded
Last Modified: February 25, 2024 18:18 CEST

Get-HtmlEncoded #


Returns an HTML-encoded string


Get-HtmlEncoded [[-taggedString] <String>] [-ProgressAction <ActionPreference>] [<CommonParameters>]


Returns an HTML-encoded string, but it can contain simple HTML commands like bold, italics, lists, etc. These remain in the output as HTML.


Example 1:Encodes a tagged string #

PS C:\> Get-HtmlEncoded -taggedString 'Transferred with umlauts "öäü" <b>and</b> 30 >= 15'
# Output

Transferred with umlauts &quot;&#246;&#228;&#252;&quot; <b>and</b> 30 &gt;= 15

In this example, HTML tags like bold with <b> are passed through transparently, but other things like a single greater-than sign are encoded. Also special characters like umlauts.


-taggedString #

The string may contain simple tagged HTML. This includes, , ,

  • ,


       and like headings 



      Type: String
      Parameter Sets: (All)
      Required: False
      Position: 0
      Default value: None
      Accept pipeline input: False
      Accept wildcard characters: False

      CommonParameters #

      This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.

      INPUTS #

      None #

      OUTPUTS #

      System.Object #

      NOTES #