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Scalable Vector Graphics has been a stable and proven web technology for quite some time now, and allow you to create infinitely scalable graphics right within your web browser. It, however, uses the same concepts as HTML and CSS, and is therefore a small language you can learn in no time.

Prerequisites: HTML, CSS (and possibly a bit of JavaScript)

Complete SVG Course

The acronym SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphic...

[SVG] Displaying SVGs

What’s great about SVGs, is that they use ta...

[SVG] Coordinates & Viewports

Before we can start doing anything in the world of...

[SVG] Aspect Ratio & Grouping

Only one question remains now, which is about aspe...

[SVG] Rectangles

This chapter, and the next six, will be about all ...

[SVG] Circles & Ellipses

After the rectangle, the friendly circles and elli...

[SVG] Lines, Polylines & Polygons

Lines are nothing more than a stroked, straight pa...

[SVG] Paths

All those nice basic shapes up until now are easy ...

[SVG] Definitions & Symbols

If you want to reuse the same graphic throughout y...

[SVG] Markers

We’ve looked at filling and stroking element...

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