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What is SVG?

  • SVG, Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML based language to define vector based graphics.

  • SVG is intended to display images over the web.

  • Being vector images, SVG image never loses quality no matter how they are zoomed out or resized.

  • SVG images supports interactivity and animation.

  • SVG is a W3C standard.

  • Others image formats like raster images can also be clubbed with SVG images.

  • SVG integrates well with XSLT and DOM of HTML.


  • Use any text editor to create and edit SVG images.

  • Being XML based, SVG images are searchable, indexable and can be scripted and compressed.

  • SVG images are highly scalable as they never loses quality no matter how they are zoomed out or resized

  • Good printing quality at any resolution

  • SVG is an Open Standard


  • Being text format size is larger then compared to binary formatted raster images.

  • Size can be big even for small image.


Following XML snippet can be used to draw a circle in web browser.

<svg width="100" height="100">
   <circle cx="50" cy="50" r="40" stroke="red" stroke-width="2" fill="green" />

Embed the SVG XML directly in an HTML page.


   <title>SVG Image</title>
      <h1>Sample SVG Image</h1>
      <svg width="100" height="100">
         <circle cx="50" cy="50" r="40" stroke="red" stroke-width="2" fill="green" />


Open textSVG.htm in Chrome web browser. You can use Chrome/Firefox/Opera to view SVG image directly without any plugin. In Internet Explorer, activeX controls are required to view SVG images.

How SVG integrates with HTML

  • <svg> element indicates the start of SVG image.

  • <svg> element’s width and height attributes defines the height and width of the SVG image.

  • In above example, we’ve used a <circle> element to draw a circle.

  • cx and cy attribute represents center of the circle. Default value is (0,0). r attribute represents radius of circle.

  • Other attributes stroke and stroke-width controls the outlining of the circle.

  • fill attribute defines the fill color of the circle.

  • Closing</svg> tag indicates the end of SVG image.

Table of Contents
1.svg tutorial

2.svg overview

3.svg shapes

4.svg text

5.svg stroke

6.svg filters

7.svg patterns

8.svg gradients

9.svg interactivity

10.svg linking

11.svg loaders

12.svg dialog box effects

13.svg icons

14.svg clock

15.svg drag

16.svg keypoint

17.svg maps

18.svg amchart

19.svg graph

20.svg flat surface shade

21.svg image filter effect

22.svg text effects

23.svg text with css effects

24.svg arrow effects

25.svg brand effects

26.svg gooey effects

27.svg gradients

28.svg playful effects

29.svg scroll effects

30.svg slide show effects

31.svg tab effects

32.svg raphaeljs effects

33.svg velocityjs effects

34.svg walkwayjs effects

35.svg zpath

36.svg vaguejs effects

37.svg transformation effects

38.svg full screen overlay effects

39.svg laylinepainterjs effects

40.svg demo game

41.svg real time svg ad

42.svg questions and answers tutorialspoing

43.svg quick guide

44.svg useful resources

45.discuss svg

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