Do you have a need to let your users download a DWG or DXF? The problem is, users can't preview the contents until they download a file, and download a viewer. Plus you may have have several thousands of these CAD drawings. Wouldn't it be nice to show users the contents on your website with low file sizes? Now you can.
According to Google, your page should load within 3 seconds, otherwise 53% of mobile visitors would abandon your page. If it takes 6 seconds, the probability of bounce increases to 106%. In short, your website's performance has a direct correlation to your revenue.
With the proliferation of high resolution devices, SVG is definitely the future to serving high res screens with responsive images, at a small file size and low bandwidth. In fact, some sites that we check-in daily like Google, YouTube, Twitter are already using SVGs in their website (similartech.com). As SVG usage trend goes upwards, there will be more webmasters transitioning from PNGs to SVGs, because really what's not to like about SVG? Less work done with optimal image performance, favoring both users and businesses.
You fire up your favourite editor and produce SVGs but found their sizes to be bigger than expected. Is there anything you can do to reduce SVG file sizes? Read on to find out how to reduce SVG sizes to a bare minimum.
Ever wondered why your CSS does not apply and require the important keyword instead? Or why SVG editors uses inline attributes instead of CSS style sheets? Read on to find out how styling methods affect what's being applied to your elements.
It used to be, if you embed an image onto your website, that will be the end of the story. But with the proliferation of high resolutions displays, webmasters all over the world are scrambling to update their websites with high-res images using
srcset. The entire process is convoluted and time-consuming, but is there a better way?
A year after SVG 1.0 was introduced back in 1999, SVG fonts was introduced with the intention to allow designers to design SVG graphics with any fonts they like and have them showing up correctly on the browser. But 18 years later, how is the support for fonts in SVG and what's the best practice for getting fonts to work properly in SVG?