SVG.js. SVG CSS Injection—A Different Approach Towards SVG Rendering. Retina displays are going to drastically change how we design for the web.
Celui-ci va se superposer à notre élément, comme ceci : Sur ce pseudo-élément, nous ajoutons un dégradé radial : How To Create CSS Image Masks for the Web with SVGs « Collider Creative. By Spencer Norman Image Masking in CSS What if CSS allowed us to specify an image or shape that would include only the content that existed within the shape?
Good News: There is such a thing and it’s now on the standards-track in the official W3C CSS specBad News: IE and Firefox* don’t support it (yet)Good News: But webkit does! (partially) and there is a workaround in firefox. (note: Firefox does have good SVG support and with a little extra work you can have CSS image masking working in both firefox and webkit based browsers but it’s more complicated in firefox, we will get into that.)
The Old Way Border-Radius We’ve been able to create round “masks” for a while now in CSS with the border-radius property. The effect would look like this: Now, this works as long as your image is square such as the one above, but it fails miserably when your image is not square. It also doesn’t allow for any shape other than “round” which is pretty limiting. The New Way. Tout sur SVG. How To Create CSS Image Masks for the Web with SVGs « Collider Creative. Manipulating SVG Icons With Simple CSS. This article is the second in a three-part series showing the new approaches to iconography Iconic will be delivering.
It is possible to style your SVG shapes using CSS.
By styling is meant to change the looks of the shapes. This can be stroke color and width, fill color, opacity and many other properties of your shapes.