SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics

What is SVG?

SVG is Scalable Vector Graphics. SVG is a XML based format to represent vector based graphics. It is used to draw two dimensional vector images, which support animation. SVG allows three types of graphic objects: vector graphics, raster graphics, and text

Can SVG be rendered in webpages?

Yes, SVGs can be rendered in webpages using an html tag using attributes like height and width.

Some facts about SVGs

SVG can be created using any text editor.

Since they are XML based, SVG images are searchable, indexable and can be scripted and compressed

SVG is an Open Standard

Being text format,  size is larger as compared to binary formatted graphics.

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