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Why You Should Embed SVG Inline

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Those working with SVG graphics have multiple options to embed them into an HTML document. Aside from using it as a classic image file via the “<img>” element, SVG can also be implemented via “<object>” or “<...

Animated SVG with Adobe Animate and Snap.SVG

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With Animate CC, Adobe finally sounded the bell to the end of Flash. While the renamed animation program still supports Flash, it has moved its main focus towards HTML5 and WebGL. Now, for each new project, you decide whether you want to create an anim...

SVG in Responsive Webdesign: Pros and Cons

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The SVG format has plenty of advantages over other image formats for the web. It’s vector-based, compact, and even editable via plain text editors thanks to the XML syntax. There’s a reason why it’s becoming increasingly more popular,...

SVG: How to Create Interactive Graphics for Your Website

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You surely know that SVG is much more than just a vector-based file format. Animations as well as interactions are also a part of the vector format’s arsenal. As JavaScript can also be used within an SVG file, there are plenty of usage options. T...

SVG without SMIL: Google Chrome Kills Support

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It should be common knowledge by now that interesting charts, illustrations and complex animations can be created using the SVG format. SVG provides three different ways of creating animations. Next to JavaScript and CSS3 animations, SMIL is another ap...

Social Media Self-hosted: Neosmart Stream

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A website without an integration of multiple social media channels is hard to imagine nowadays. Facebook and Twitter offer interfaces and plugins that allow users to integrate profiles and pages into their own website. Furthermore, there is a number of...