SVG Basics—Creating Paths With Line Commands

A couple of weeks ago when talking about basic SVG shapes, I mentioned paths as a more general way to create any shape. Paths are more powerful and flexible than the basic shapes and they can be used to create any or all of them.

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SVG Basics—Fills And Strokes

The last couple of weeks I’ve been walking through some of the basics of scalable vector graphics. First I showed how to include SVG in HTML and then I showed how to create the basic shapes SVG provides.

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SVG Basics—How To Create Simple Shapes And Lines

Last week I started a series on SVG and walked through the different ways you can include SVG inside an HTML page. Because I needed to show you something that would display on your screen, the examples included a green rectangle.

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SVG Basics—How to Work with Scalable Vector Graphics

Whenever I talk about responsive images, I mention that where possible, scalable vector graphics are a preferred option to bitmap images. The last time I offered the advice, I realized I didn’t know as much about SVG as I should.

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Twas the Night Before…
Flat Design

Happy Holidays All.

A few years back, 2007 to be exact, Christmas Eve coincided with one of my regularly scheduled days for a blog post. Figuring not many people would be paying attention, I decided to have a little bit of fun with the holiday poem A Visit from St. Nocholas.
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