CSS Cursor pointer with SVG image

Your image is simply too large. Reduce the width and height to something less than 128px. Icon size limits for cursors in CSS | MDN …the limit of the cursor size is 128×128px. Larger cursor images are ignored. Example: cursor: url(“data:image/svg+xml,%3csvg xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg” width=”32″ height=”32″ …”) 16 16, pointer; https://jsfiddle.net/bx4og7n5/ Edit: Added hotspot (center coordinates) for … Read more

SVG Scaling Text to fit container

If you really don’t care that the text gets ugly, here’s how to fit unknown length text into a known width. <svg width=”436″ height=”180″ style=”border:solid 6px” xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg”> <g> <text y=”50%” textLength=”436″ lengthAdjust=”spacingAndGlyphs”>UGLY TEXT</text> </g> </svg>

How to display multiple lines of text in SVG?

It looks like this will space the lines one after another without hard-coding a font size in each tspan. Font at 15px: <svg style=”border:1px solid black” > <text x=”0″ y=”0″ font-size=”15″ dy=”0″> <tspan x=”0″ dy=”.6em”>tspan line 1</tspan> <tspan x=”0″ dy=”1.2em”>tspan line 2</tspan> <tspan x=”0″ dy=”1.2em”>tspan line 3</tspan> </text> </svg> If you change the font size … Read more

Scale SVG to container without mask/crop

You absolutely must have a viewBox attribute on your SVG element that describes the bounding box of the contents you want to be always visible. (The file that you link to does not; you’ll want to add one.) To cause your SVG to fill an HTML element, put the CSS attribute position:relative (or position:absolute or … Read more

Favicon Standard – 2023 – svg, ico, png and dimensions? [duplicate]

Disclaimer: I’m the author of RealFaviconGenerator, which I expect to be up-to-date (mostly, see below). So don’t be surprised if this answer matches what RFG generates. The one-size-fits-all myth There is no “one size fits all” icon. You can’t create a single SVG icon and expect it to work everywhere. From a technical point of … Read more

How do I create a teardrop in HTML?

SVG approach: You can achieve the double curve easily with an inline SVG and the <path/> element instead of the <polygon/> element which doesn’t allow curved shapes. The following example uses the <path/> element with: 2 quadratic bezier curve commands for the 2 top curves (lines beginning with Q) 1 arc command for the big … Read more