Zedric Myers

Adding Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to Your Website

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Want to achieve crisp graphics for high resolution displays? There is a simple way saving the image(s) as .SVG. This allows the image to retain the true clarity when changing web resolutions.

The SVG files work in all browsers except IE8 and lower. There are ways around by implementing GoogleChromeFrame. Good thing is that most IE end users are now using IE9 and higher, which is great and gives a better experience.

Check out more information and examples about SVG at css-tricks.com.