Jump to the example below to create a rich HTML document enveloped in an SVG file.
With the new GitHub profile readme feature, rich readme files with personal banners and customised messaging have become real popular. But Markdown, especially GitHub markdown is limited, and us snowflakes want to display our uniqueness in code! We don’t want animated GIFs, what is this, GeoCities? We want a way to incorporate rich, styled HTML in your readme files.
<foreignObject> is an SVG element which can include elements from different XML namespaces. So, if our main XML namespace is SVG (
http://www.w3.org/2000/svg), it can contain XHTML (
http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml), and all the features it supports, including a
Then, all that’s left is to include this an as image in your readme
# Welcome, I've been expecting you. !(./really-cool-banner.svg)
Following is an example of an SVG file with embedded HTML document featuring CSS styles
Go nuts, create amazing things with HTML and CSS to enrich your readme and show off your wicked skills.