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Can anyone offer any good tips for designing / handling logos in the footer of a website with svg. Traditionaly I would be supplied with all the logos in png format so they would have all been cropped and vertically aligned to be correct. I would however prefer to use svg's so that everything can scale better and the same logo can be used in multiple places on the website. However this leads to the issue of sizing the logos - if i give them all the same dimensions then some are smaller than others due to their width and height ie taller thinner logos appear smaller and wider shorter logos go larger. The only way i can see is manually set the size of each logo and adjust a margin top to keep them all in the correct position. However this isnt very CMS / user editable friendly. Can anyone suggest a solution

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Hi you all,
a while ago I made a SVG animation showing the beginning of the ninth level of the game Monument Valley. It took a some hours to create the water..and the final file has about 500kB.
Hope you enjoy :)
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I have an SVG I need to convert to Microsoft Publisher format. Anyone have any ideas? I've failed at everything I've tried so far.

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Interactive #SVG #spirograph. It's always fun to visualize #math. Check out my newest pen on #codepen.io and play with the range controls.
You will find a lot of information about spirographs online.
I found this on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7T91LDJ--E of +School of Fish  on YouTube helpful.

http://codepen.io/itsnorbat/full/xwpWWg
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Today I've calculated a SVG pie with JavaScript instead of baking an tasty apple pie ;-)

Check out the results on my pen on
http://codepen.io/itsnorbat/full/bVYoBa/
or read some details on my page
https://norbat.de/mit-javascript-zum-svg-kreisdiagramm/

#svg   #mathematics   #animation   #javascript  
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