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Learning the theoretical foundations of SVG [Scalable Vector Graphics]. W3C specification in detail. Homework practice.
Do you want to learn Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)? Perhaps you already have basic knowledge and want to deepen and expand it? Congratulations! You are on the right track.
This course provides the most complete and detailed information on the Scalable Vector Graphics standard of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) specification.
Today, 99% of the World Wide Web sites actively use this standard. Take a look at some of the benefits of SVG:
- scales without loss in image quality, which means it is ideal for responsive sites (graphic elements of such sites should be displayed without distortion at any screen resolution);
- has a small "weight" due to the ability to good compression (any site, ideally, should load quickly);
- supported by all modern browsers (SVG is fully compatible with web technologies and therefore becomes an organic part of sites);
- SVG is a text format, so you can optimize the file for SEO without external meta tags by directly entering keywords into the image code
And believe me, that's not all! To appreciate all the advantages of SVG, you need to work with it. But first, you should study it!
A classic academic learning model awaits you, allowing you to activate thinking, creativity and create new things.
In the video lessons of this course, you will become familiar with the theory of Scalable Vector Graphics (language elements, syntax, structure, algorithms, data types).
All the practical part is attached to the lessons. Here you will find pdf documents summarizing lecture materials as well as homework modules (HTML & CSS files), where specific practical goals will be set for you. You will also find modules with answers (showing one of the possible options for the implementation of the task).
The academic model of training has proven itself all over the world for a long time and today there is no alternative to it in terms of the effectiveness of training specialists.
Basically, if you are looking for a hands-on course to learn a few tricks using SVG then DON'T take the course. Find the course where the instructor types the code and repeat. Everyone else: you should take the course, today!