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SVG Graphics

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format specifically designed for describing two-dimensional vector graphics. Unlike raster graphics, which are composed of pixels and can lose quality when scaled, SVG graphics use mathematical equations to define shapes and lines, ensuring that images remain sharp and clear at any size.

Key features
  • Scalability: SVG graphics can be scaled to any size without loss of quality, making them ideal for responsive web design and applications where graphics need to adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions.
  • Interactivity: SVG supports various interactive elements, such as hyperlinks, buttons, and animations. This allows developers to create dynamic and engaging user experiences within the graphics.
  • Accessibility: SVG content can be easily styled and manipulated using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and JavaScript, providing flexibility in design and enhancing accessibility for different devices and users.
  • Text Support: SVG includes support for text elements, allowing the incorporation of readable and searchable text within the graphics. This is particularly useful for creating graphics with embedded information.
  • Wide Browser Support: SVG is widely supported across modern web browsers, making it a versatile choice for web-based applications and responsive design.
  • Open Standard: SVG is an open standard maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), ensuring cross-platform compatibility and adherence to web standards.

SVG graphics find applications in a variety of fields, including web development, data visualization, iconography, maps, and more. They provide a lightweight and efficient way to represent graphical content on the web while offering the advantages of scalability, interactivity, and ease of integration with other web technologies.


To learn SVG, user must have little knowledge of HTML and CSS.

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