FAQ - Web ToolBox

What is GPT Web Toolbox?

GPT Web Toolbox is an online code editor, enhancer, compressor, converter of JSON, XML, HTML, CSS, RSS, etc., Data Converter, and String/Number Utilities.

I'm not sure how to write data or programs on GPT Web Toolbox. Are there any example codes available?

Yes, you will find numerous sample programs in our sample codes section. Sample Codes

Are there any constraints on memory or execution time for the submitted programs?

Yes, there are limits: beautify time: 5 seconds, minify time: 5 seconds

Can I perform file read/write operations in my program?

You can read existing files, but you can't read registered user files without login. Without login, you must create a new file each time. Logged-in users can write, create, and update their own files.

What is the size limit for the source code, input, and output?

1 MB. For better performance, the data size should be up to 100KB.

What encoding is used in the source code and input stream?


What should I do if I encounter an internal error?

Try resubmitting your code once or twice. If that doesn't help, please connect us.

What does "Visibility of the code" mean?

Visibility determines how the program is displayed on GPT Web Toolbox.org and who can access it. Possible values are:

  • Not Logged-in User - everyone has access to the code by clicking the Save Online Button, and it is listed on the recent page.
  • Logged-in User - each user has access to their own code via a link, and it is not listed on the user's recent page.
  • What is the data storage policy / privacy policy?

    When a user clicks the Save Online button, we store the data in the database. We don't store any data unless the user clicks the Save Online button.

    For example, if a user copies XML data in the XML Viewer for XML to JSON conversion, we don't store any data during this process. If the user wants to save this data, they can click on the Save button.

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    What are Recent Links?

    Recent links are links that users have saved without logging in and are available for public use. If you believe you have published a link by mistake, please send us the link via connect us.

    What are Archived Links?

    Archived links are old links that we have moved to another table for better performance of new links. If you think you have published a link by mistake, please send us the link via connect us.

    What is a link, and what characters are allowed for the link?

    A link is a part of the address to a site created by publishing a label. Allowed characters for the link are (without [ and ]): [a-z0-9_-].

    How can I get in touch with you?

    Please send us your feedback or valuable suggestions at connect us.