August 6, 2019 — SVG may have been overlooked in the past due to poor browser support, however, SVG1.1 is now fully supported in all evergreen browsers. SVG is crisp on any screen, responsive by nature and is seriously cool, with nifty features like grouping, stoke and fill, and filters. Oh and the ability to easily animate, Who doesn’t love a good SVG animation?
Even if you’ve never used SVG before, come learn how to get started with this amazing element. We’ll see what all those features actually do, we’ll look at how all that code in an SVG file draws a shape and best practices for formatting your SVG code.
July 30, 2019 — Tom J Nowell demonstrates potential vulnerabilities when using SVG files.
January 22, 2019 — In this talk I aim to explore some of the main issues that surround SVG uploads and why we’ve not seen this feature in WordPress yet. We’ll also look into why they need to be sanitised and the problems that can occur if we don’t properly secure them.
November 15, 2017 — SVGs (Scalable Vector Graphics) are vector-based graphics in XML format and they are incredibly powerful way of displaying graphics on the web. This intro level talk will provide benefits of using SVGs on websites, tooling and workflow for SVGs and some neat things you can do with SVGs such as animations and styling.
October 19, 2017 — Scalable Vector Graphics are an ideal format for our multiscreen world with a dizzying array of resolutions. How can we work with SVGs in WordPress? What are the workflows and pitfalls of getting SVGs online? This talk will give you all the how and why of working with SVGs in WordPress.
August 15, 2016 — SVGs provide designers, developers and users with an array of benefits including performance, styling and animations. In this talk, theme developers will walk away with the benefits of using SVGs in their themes, understanding the different approaches to rendering SVGs, and adding some styles and animation to help bring sites and applications to life.
May 28, 2016 — Once upon a time, icon fonts were the exciting new tools we used to build better websites. That time has passed, yet most of us are still relying on a tool that’s no longer relevant in the landscape of the modern web. In this talk, I’ll discuss the various merits of making the switch to SVG and some neat things you can do with SVG. We’ll touch on various use cases, and present some ideas for determining the workflow that’s best suited to your individual needs. We’ll provide some practical tips and tools for using SVG sprites more easily and efficiently in your work. We’ll also discuss ideas for implementing SVG within WordPress themes and plugins in a simple, consistent manner. Along the way, we’ll discuss various challenges you may encounter, and how to approach them. By the time we’re done, you’ll be fully armed to start using SVG today!
April 21, 2016 — A responsive design has become a standard of modern WordPress theme. But not only the content of a website has to be optimized for the mobile screen. The theme should also provide high resolution images and icons. Using SVG images here is usually the best way to accomplish this goal. This session will give a brief overview on how you can utilize Scalable Vector Graphics.