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Welcome to famfamfam.com, personal site and web playground of Birmingham (UK) based developer Mark James. Silk icons - That's your lot 11:11pm 12th March 2006 Permalink After a hiatus for website updates, I have spent a little time tidying up the free Silk web icons, adding a few of the many requested icons and a sprinkle of others to complete the set. The original idea was to add another 100 or so and call it a day, but the closer I got to 1000 of the little things, the more it felt right to make it up to a nice round figure.

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How to Zoom and Pan with SVG (Preliminary) This topic shows you how to use Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to zoom and pan, and ends with an example of a complex organizational chart that can be zoomed and panned. Basic HTML and JavaScript knowledge are assumed, as well as access to a browser that can render inline SVG in HTML5, such as Windows Internet Explorer 9 and later. Introduction In this topic we’ll first discuss how to zoom and pan in SVG using a detailed SVG test graphic. We’ll then describe how to use Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Visio 2010 to create a complex SVG organizational (org) chart, which can be displayed by an SVG-enabled browser. Creating an SVG Test Graphic

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Community Building and Social Media Tools This is part ten of the One Week Blog Challenge series. Be a Social Media Enabler – Make it Easy for Your Fans to Share your Awesomeness One of the most important aspects of blogging is to build your community and make it easy for people to share your content.

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