re: How, and why, to clean SVG markup VIEW POST

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In some cases, you can do even more optimization by hand: some exports I received from our designers had base64-encoded jpeg-blurs and -shadows in them. So I handcoded a blur and a shadow filter and used them on parts of the design, bringing down a 30kb SVG (that was supposed to replace a 50kb PNG) to 7.5kb.

As a front-end developers, SVG is the bridge between development and design; thus to unleash it's full potential, you need a designer and a developer. Tools will only bring you so far.

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