SVG is still an emerging technology, but there are a number of
resources available to learn more about it. The following annotated list
contains a few of the better ones:
- W3C SVG Working Group
The W3C SVG Working Group is the group within the
World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C) responsible for the development of the SVG standard. Visit this
site for the lastest information on what is happening with development
of the SVG technology.
The Mozilla Developer Network SVG Tutorial is a wonderful place to go to
continue your study of SVG.
- Learn SVG
A web site dedicated to helping people learn to use SVG. Just what we are
SVG: A Base
A clean, good looking tutorial aimed at giving you a foundation in using SVG.
A clearly written, easy to read tutorial on SVG by Jakob Jenkov.
The SVG tutorial from w3schools.com.
Inkscape is an open-source vector graphics editor similar to Adobe
Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand, or Xara X. What makes Inkscape special is
its use of SVG as its native file format.
- Visit the resources above. Create a web page in a file named
my_svg_gallary.html and create a gallary of 5 or more
graphics created by you using new things you learned from visiting the
- Create a web page in a file named
Using everything you have learned so far combining HTML, CSS, and now SVG,
design a page that enables you to strut your stuff. You can think
of this page as the one you would want to show to an employer if you were
applying for a job as a webmaster.