Does your logo look good in any size?

If you have a simple image type logo then there is a more exciting way to display it.

There is a special graphics format called SVG. it is a vector graphic format. That means that unlike most images that are formed with dots, SVG is a mathematical series of curves and lines. Vector Graphics are what is used by Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator and others.

If you have a simple image logo this can be a more efficient way of displaying the image. It also has one really powerful feature – An SVG image is infinitely scalable – big and small. This means it can shrink to fit on a mobile phone, or to any size, even to print on a banner or T-shirt.

If you already have a logo image then converting it to an SVG is possible, but the best results are from drawing it out again.

it is only recently that browsers have been able to provide a good range of support for SVG. They can be insecure so you need to sanitise your images. WordPress also needs some help.  We installed the Safe SVG plugin to upload and secure SVG Images. We use the free version, but the pro

SVG has some exciting possibilities for the future. Custom fonts is another good example of SVG type formats in action. It could make animated GIF images look quite tame.

Look at what can be done with SVG and a bit of javascript code.

[codepen_embed height=”500″ theme_id=”26379″ slug_hash=”MpLVvO” default_tab=”js,result” user=”PointC”]See the Pen <a href=’’>Animated handwriting with DrawSVG</a> by Craig Roblewsky (<a href=’’>@PointC</a>) on <a href=’’>CodePen</a>.[/codepen_embed]