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Part 9: SVG

John Caserta edited this page Apr 13, 2018 · 5 revisions

SVG (Standard Vector Graphics) are a great opportunity for designers to embed crisp/scaleable graphics onto a webpage. If embedded as code, the SVGs can be altered in CSS or jQuery by the developer or the user. We'll take a look at the basic structure of an SVG element and work with the candy cane svg provided.

Exercise

Copy the candy cane svg from the example file or from the img folder and paste into a new file. Color the candy cane the same as the candy cane you were given.

Optional: Play with Lottie

If you want to try out Lottie, download John's free fan icon from the Noun Project and give it a spin.

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