orson.uphpu at bookstore.usu.edu
Fri Dec 21 11:49:28 MST 2007
> Still, I have to shake my head since this whole use of raster graphics
> instead of vector images in a flexible environment like the the web is
> basically retarded.
> I realize everyone is working with what's available
> and it's probably easier to just do it than argue, but it all seems so
> unproductive to do all that stuff just to get a rounded corner,
> gradients, different sized photos, etc that is a snap to do in SVG
> (which after all is xml...)
But getting SVG to work nice and smooth with web pages is something I have yet to see. *sigh*
If anyone knows how to get an SVG to work as a background that stretches and adjusts as least as
well as my examples, I'd love to see it. Only once have I seen an SVG that actually scales on a web
page, and it still didn't work very well.
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