SVG Formatter helps to format unformatted or ugly SVG data and helps to save and share SVG.
An SVG Formatter is a tool that helps to optimize and format Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) files. It is used to ensure the optimal performance of web pages, especially those with large amounts of vector images. It provides users with the ability to reduce file size, improve readability and simplify code for easier editing.
What is SVG?
SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. It is a file format used for displaying vector graphics on the web. Unlike raster pictures, which are made up of pixels, vector graphics are made up of mathematical equations that describe the shape, size, and position of the elements in the image. This means that SVG images can be scaled up or down without losing quality or becoming pixelated.
SVG images can be created and edited using different software tools, including Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, and Sketch. They can also be made using text editors and code.
SVG images are general on the web because they are weightless and load quickly, making them ideal for use in responsive web design. They are also available, as screen readers can read them for users with visual impairments.
To learn more about SVG, please visit SVG Mozilla page.
What can you do with SVG Formatter?
- It helps to beautify your SVG.
- This tool allows loading the SVG URL to beautify. Click on the URL button, Enter URL and Submit.
- This tool supports loading the SVG File to beautify. Click on the Upload button and select File.
- SVG Beautifier Online works well on Windows, MAC, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari.
Example of SVG
SVG data Try it.
<svg height="250" width="250"> <circle class="circle" cx="250" cy="250" r="250" stroke-width="1" fill="#3e8ed0" fill-opacity="0.8" /> <circle class="circle" cx="250" cy="250" r="23" stroke-width="1" fill="black" /> <circle class="circle" cx="250" cy="250" r="234" stroke-width="2" fill="#00d1b2" /> </svg>
For Advanced Users
SVG External URL
Load SVG External URL in Browser URL like this https://codebeautify.org/