W3Techs Logo
provided by
Q-Success
Home Technologies Reports Sites Quality Users Blog Forum FAQ Search

Technologies

Content Management
Server-side Languages
Client-side Languages
JavaScript Libraries
Markup Languages
Character Encodings
Image File Formats
Site Elements
SSL Certificate Authorities
Social Widgets
Web Servers
Operating Systems
Content Delivery
Traffic Analysis Tools
Advertising Networks
Tag Managers
Top Level Domains
Content Languages

Trends

Technology Changes

Comparison

Compare with other

Breakdown

Ranking
Content Management
Server-side Languages
Client-side Languages
JavaScript Libraries
Markup Languages
Image File Formats
Site Elements
SSL Certificate Authorities
Social Widgets
Web Servers
Operating Systems
Content Delivery
Traffic Analysis Tools
Advertising Networks
Tag Managers
Top Level Domains
Content Languages

Segmentation

Content Management
Server-side Languages
Client-side Languages
JavaScript Libraries
Markup Languages
Image File Formats
Site Elements
SSL Certificate Authorities
Social Widgets
Web Servers
Operating Systems
Content Delivery
Traffic Analysis Tools
Advertising Networks
Tag Managers
Top Level Domains
Content Languages

see FAQ for explanations
on advanced reports


Technologies > Character Encodings > UTF-8

Usage of UTF-8 for websites

This report shows the usage statistics of UTF-8 on the web. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. Our reports are updated daily.

UTF-8 is used by 81.5% of all the websites whose character encoding we know.


Historical trend

This diagram shows the historical trend in the percentage of websites using UTF-8.
Our dedicated trend survey shows more character encodings usage trends.Historical trends in the usage of UTF-8

Popular sites using UTF-8

Random selection of sites using UTF-8

Sites using UTF-8 only recently

Free technology usage monitoring service

Get a notification when a top site starts using UTF-8.






Share this page




Share |
W3Techson

Find us on Facebook
Follow W3Techs on Twitter
Technology Brief
UTF-8
Category: Character Encodings
UTF-8 (8-bit Unicode Transformation Format) is a variable-length character encoding for Unicode, which is backwards compatible with ASCII.
Website: tools.ietf.org/...


Featured Products and Services

Secure Premium Wordpress Hosting
WP Engine

CrashPlan logo
Unlimited cloud backup
that fits your budget.

Present your product or service here



Latest related posting  read all
Web technology fact of the day
10 April 2014

4 out of 5 websites use UTF-8 as character encoding.

» more




Our Book Recommendation
About Us Disclaimer Terms of Use Privacy Policy Publishing Partners Advertising Feedback
Copyright © 2009-2014 Q-Success