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Did you know?

SVG is a vector graphics format with many advantages
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is an image format based on XML for vector-based graphics.
There are many advantages of using SVG over other image formats like JPEG and GIF, for example. SVG images can be created and edited with any text editor. Consequently, it is easy to make an SVG image accessible by adding information in the text file directly, which can be read by assistive technology devices like screen readers.Then, you can search, index, and compress SVG images. SVG drawings can be interactive and include animation. Because it is a vector format , you can zoom, resize, and print SVG graphics without losing quality SVG is an open standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) . This means that anyone can access the specifications and build SVG products and tools following best practices. Finally, there are many vector graphics editors available to create SVG images.
For all these reasons, SVG is ideal for the Web, and this is why all major modern web browsers support it.
SVG is developed by the World Wide Web Consortium
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the international standards organization for the World Wide Web. Founded in 1994 and led by Tim Berners-Lee , the English engineer, and computer scientist best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web. The consortium develops standards for the Web.
Built for the Web, by the Web, it is no surprise that the first version of SVG became a W3C Recommendation in 2001. SVG 2 is currently a W3C Candidate Recommendation.
But before a format is officially recommended, it has to go through several development stages. First comes the working draft (WD), reviewed by the community. A WD document is the first form of a standard that is publicly available. Then the candidate recommendation (CR) works a second version, which is mature enough to meet the standard’s goal. At the next level, users of the standard can provide comments, and the standard becomes a proposed recommendation (PR) and is submitted to the W3C Advisory Council for final approval. If the standard is approved, it is endorsed by the W3C. Now called a W3C recommendation (REC), it can be deployed to the public.
The Library of Congress Recommended Formats Statement (RFS) includes SVG as a preferred format for other graphic images in digital form.
As defined by the Library of Congress, "RFS" identifies analog and digital formats suitable for the large-scale acquisition of and long-term access to library collections.” SVG, like PDF, is suitable for long-term archival and content preservation of electronic documents.