Convert SVG to image in browser: PNG, JPEG, WebPArticle contains
  1. Example code for converting SVG to PNG image
  2. Brief explanation of SVG to image conversion
  3. Considerations and limitations
  4. Managing memory during the conversion process
  5. Converting SVG to JPG, JPEG, or WebP format
  6. Alternative methods for SVG conversion
  7. Converting SVG to image online
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Convert SVG to image in browser: PNG, JPEG, WebP

To convert SVG to PNG, JPG, or WebP WebP is a modern raster graphics file format created by Google to provide more powerful lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. It is designed to replace the JPEG, PNG, and GIF file formats, and it supports animation and alpha transparency. WebP images are less in size than popular formats such as PNG and JPEG, which might result in faster website load times., you can use the DOM API to create an object URL from the SVG code, load it into an image element, and then write that image to a Canvas. Finally, you can use the toDataURL() method to convert the Canvas to a base64 encoded PNG image.

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How to find the highest z-index on a page using JavaScriptArticle contains
  1. Practical code example for finding highest z-index
  2. Can this method be modified to work with iframes or shadow DOM?
    1. The example of how you might do this for an iframe
    2. The example of how you might do this for the shadowDOM
Simple steps to convert a webpage into a PDF fileArticle contains
  1. Saving a Webpage as a PDF in Google Chrome
  2. Saving a Webpage as a PDF in Microsoft Edge
  3. Saving a Webpage as a PDF in Safari macOS
  4. Saving a Webpage as a PDF in Firefox
  5. How to save pages to pdf in Brave or Chrome on Android?
  6. How to save pages to pdf in Opera on Android?
Add a badge to the browser tab favicon using JavaScriptArticle contains
  1. Understanding what a favicon is
  2. Use cases for the badge in the favicon
  3. Adding a badge to your browser tab favicon with JavaScript
  4. I can't change the favicon with JavaScript in Safari
  5. Taking it to the next level with an enhanced version
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Add a badge to the browser tab favicon using JavaScript

Adding a badge to the favicon using JavaScript can be done by updating the image specified by the <link /> element with a new icon image.

This method involves JavaScript and creating an in-memory canvas element, applying the favicon image, drawing the badge shape and text on top, and then updating the <link /> element’s href attribute with the final composite of the canvas element’s image data as a Base64 encoded string.

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Check if a string is valid HTML using JavaScriptArticle contains
  1. Essential requirements
  2. How does the DOMParser interface parse HTML strings differently based on the mimeType argument?
  3. Practical example
  4. Code
  5. Example of validation error
  6. What a MIME type is and why it's used in the isStringValidHtml function?
  7. How does the DOMParser API handle invalid HTML syntax?
Optimizing Background Videos for Fast Loading: Tips and Strategies for Improved User ExperienceArticle contains
  1. Reduce the file size
  2. Remove audio from muted videos
  3. Convert to HTML5 supported formats
  4. Optimize the video's dimensions and aspect ratio for the page layout
  5. Lazy loading for video, including CSS background
  6. Preload the video
  7. Use a poster image
  8. Use a video hosting platform that supports adaptive bitrate streaming
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Optimizing Background Videos for Fast Loading: Tips and Strategies for Improved User Experience

Adding videos to your website can sometimes be a double-edged sword. Web users love high-resolution videos, but if your website isn’t optimized to handle them, such content can cause performance problems.

When it comes to optimizing background videos for fast loading, there are several steps you can take.

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Create a self-signed SSL certificate for Node.js on MacOSArticle contains
  1. Generate a Self-Signed SSL Certificate for Node.js on MacOS (with Code Examples)
  2. Inspecting Node.js code
Detect browser zoom levelArticle contains
  1. Differentiating pinch zooming and text scaling
  2. Determining the text zoom level in a browser
  3. Identifying the pinch zoom level in a browser
  4. Practical example of detecting browser zoom levels
Hiding a text but making it accessible to a screen readerArticle contains
  1. Making hidden text accessible to screen readers: a guide
  2. Difference between CSS class .visually-hidden and .sr-only
  3. Accessibility and Hidden Text: Can Screen Readers Detect It?
  4. How visibility: hidden affects screen readers
  5. Is there a way to test whether the hidden text is actually being read by screen readers after applying the .visually-hidden class?
  6. Why hide text from sighted users?
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Hiding a text but making it accessible to a screen reader

Accessible hiding allows an element to be visually hidden while remaining accessible to assistive technologies such as screen readers. The approach is to apply a CSS class to the element that should not be shown.

There are several solutions for this type of CSS class, but we recommend following styles that cover hiding elements and optionally giving the ability to show the element when the element receives the focus or contains an element that has received focus. Useful for Skip to the main content links. See Adding a link at the top of each page that goes directly to the main content area.

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Solution to "Type 'FileList' must have a '[Symbol.iterator]()' method that returns an iterator"Article contains
  1. Solution to the error Type 'FileList' must have a '[Symbol.iterator]()' method that returns an iterator
  2. Notes