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How to Use SVG (HTML & CSS) Part two
 
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The link to the artwork Here SVG stands for Scalabe Vector Graphics. SVG is a feature availalbe on HTML & CSS and can be manipulated withing HTML or CSS. As the word says SVG is the vectors graphics that can be adjusted either scaled up or down without loosing the quality unlike other images formats like png or jpeg. SVG is awesome. https://youtu.be/QoGhAiZUvn0 On this First Part (link above)..... On this second part of our tutorial on how to create SVG, we will be Learning how to use Adobe illustrator to create an art that we can then export as a svg document and so be able to manipulate it using css and jquery and then on the next - future tuturial we will do a tuts on how we can actually manipulate and messing around with the artwork to create something more interesting Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. The SVG specification is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files. This means that they can be searched, indexed, scripted, and compressed. As XML files, SVG images can be created and edited with any text editor, as well as with drawing software. The SVG version used here is SVG 1.1. The latest version of SVG released is SVG 2.0 released on late 2016 September (https://www.w3.org/TR/SVG2/) Share the Video and please subscribe to my channel to weekly upload about HTML & CSS features. The music used are 1. John Kenza - Wicked 2. RetroVision - over again feat Micah Martin 3. Kontinuum - lost feat savoi more info to explore 1. http://svgtutorial.com/ 2. https://css-tricks.com/using-svg/
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Creating an icon set on Sketch with SVG files
 
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Let's turn SVG files into an icon set Sketch Library PLUGIN: https://github.com/AMoreaux/Sketch-Icons FONT AWESOME: https://fontawesome.com/
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SVG can do that?! (Sarah Drasner)
 
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Talk given at Full Stack Fest 2017: https://fullstackfest.com OUR SPEAKERS SARAH DRASNER SVG CAN DO THAT?! SVGs, with their potential for high-quality and performant graphics, have myriad uses on the web. By now, a lot of developers are aware of their practical uses, such as small and accessible icons, or illustrations. In this session, though, Sarah will go beyond typical use cases. She’ll cover a few practical things like styling SVG icons like typography, and then dive into the creative wilds of this graphic format built with math. She’ll make it respond to physics, make it bounce and snap, stack it like legos for responsive, and make it interactive with front-end frameworks like Vue.js and React. In this session Sarah will push the boundaries of what’s possible while also thinking about cross-browser stability, and you’ll come out of it with a whole new world of tools in your front-end developer toolbox. Sarah Drasner is an award-winning speaker, consultant, and staff writer at CSS-Tricks. She is also the co-founder of Web Animation Workshops, with Val Head and the author of SVG Animations from O’Reilly. Sarah is formerly Manager of UX Design & Engineering at Trulia (Zillow). She won CSS Dev Conf’s “Best of the Best Award” as well as “Best Code Wrangler” from CSS Design Awards.
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SVG Tutorials for beginners in Urdu - 18:SVG Gradientadient
 
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Muhammad Aslam Khan Waqar SVG Tutorials for beginners in Urdu - 18:SVG Gradient SVG Gradient: A gradient is a smooth transition from one color to another. This transition of color can be single color or many colors in one shape. There are two types of gradient in SVG: 1-Linear Gradient 2-Radial Gradient. Linear Gradient: Linear Gradients Represent linear transition of one color to another from one direction to another. Radial Gradient: Radial Gradient represent circular transition of one color to another from one direction to another. Linear Gradient: The <linearGridient> element is used to define a linear gradient. The <linearGridient>element must be nested within <defs >tag. Linear gradient can be defined as horizontal ,vertical or angular gradient. In horizontal gradient y1 and y2 are equal and x1 and x2 are of different value. In vertical gradient x1 and x2 are equal and y1 and y2 differ. In angular gradient x1 and x2 differs and also y1 and y2 differs. Exampe of horizontal linearGridient. <svg height="500" width="500"> <defs> <linearGradient id="hlgrad" x1="0%" y1="0%" x2="100%" y2="0%"> <stop offset="0" stop-color="rgb(255,255,0)" stop-opacity="1"/> <stop offset ="100%" stop-color="(255,0,0)" stop-opacity="1"/> </Linear Gradient> </defs> <ellipse cx="200" cy="70" rx="85" ry="55" fill="url(#hlgrad)"/> </svg> The id attribute of the <linearGradient>tag defines a unique name for the gradient. Stop element has two attributes : offset and stop-color. offset is used to define where the gradient color begin and stop. The default behaviour of a linear gradient is to transion along a horizontal line from the left side of an object to its right side. For transition of colors across a vertical line or a line at an angle, we specify the line starting point with x1 and y1 attribute and its ending point with x2 and y2 attributes. The spreadMethod This value defines how the gradient is spread out through the shape. There are 3 possible values: pad, repeat, and reflect. 'pad' means that the first/last color of the gradient is padded (spread out) The beginning and ending stop color will be extended to the edges of the object. before and after the gradient. ''repeat' means that the gradient is repeated throughout the shape. 'reflect' means that gradient is mirrored in the shape. The gradient will be reflected end-to-start,start-to-end untill it reaches the edges of the object which is being filled.
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SVG Drop Shadows
 
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defs and filter All SVG filters are defined within a defs element. The defs element is short for definitions and contains definition of special elements such as filters The filter element is used to define an SVG filter. The filter element has a required id attribute which identifies the filter. The graphic then points to the filter to use.
SVG Tutorials for beginners in Urdu -20:  SVG fill patterns
 
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Instructor: Muhmmad Aslam Khan Waqar SVG Tutorials for beginners in Urdu -20: SVG fill patterns patterns SVG fill patterns are used to fill a shape with a pattern made up from images. This pattern can be made up from SVG images(shapes) or from bitmap images. For SVG pattern ,you define a graphic object that is replicated horizontally and vertical to fill another object. This graphic object is called a tile. The act of filling an object with a pattern is very much like covering an area of a floor with tiles. A <pattern> element is defined inside a <defs> element. Attribute of pattern :X, Y, Width and Height The x and y attributes of the <pattern> element define the start position of shape. The width and height attribute of the <pattern> element defines the width and height. of the pattern. <defs> <pattern id="myPattern" x="10" y="10" width="20" height="20" patternUnits="userSpaceOnUse" > <circle cx="10" cy="10" r="10" stroke="none "fill="#ff00ff"/> </pattern> </defs> <rect x="10" y="10" width="100" height="100" stroke="#000000" fill= url(#pattern1);" />
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D3.js Tutorial for Beginners-03- Selection Functions
 
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D3 stands for Data-Driven Documents. It is an open-source JavaScript library developed by Mike Bostock to create custom interactive data visualizations in the web browser using SVG, HTML and CSS. D3 selections allow DOM elements to be selected in order to do something with them, be it changing style, modifying their attributes, performing data-joins or inserting/removing elements. In this video i have discussed following d3 selection functions. 1. d3.selection() 2 .d3.selectAll(selector) 3. d3.select(selector) 4. selection.select(selector) 5. selection.selectAll(selector) 6. selection.filter(selector) These tutorials will help you learn the essentials of D3.js starting from the basics to an intermediate level. These tutorials are broken down into chapters, where each chapter contains a number of related topics that are packed with easy to understand explanations and real-world examples. Please don't forget to like,share and subscribe my channel.
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SVG accessibility – Chaals McCathie Nevile : #ID24 2017
 
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How to make data visualisation and interactive graphics that are accessible in today's browsers. Live captions are available for this event at: http://www.streamtext.net/player?event=TPG4
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Internet Explorer 9
 
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Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) is a version of the Internet Explorer web browser from Microsoft. It was released to the public on March 14, 2011. Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9 as a major out-of-band version that is not tied to the release schedule of any particular version of Windows, unlike previous versions. It is the first version since Internet Explorer 2 to not be bundled with a Windows operating system, although some OEMs have installed it with Windows 7 on their PCs, as well as new Windows 7 laptops. The system requirements for Internet Explorer 9 are Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 with the Platform Update. Windows XP and earlier are not supported. Internet Explorer 9 is the last version of Internet Explorer to be supported on Windows Vista. Both IA-32 and x64 builds are available. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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