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Thanks for watching everyone, it means everything to me and this site.
This blog post is a huge list of resources for everything we covered in this series and much more all about SVG.
Really great course overall! I wish there had been an explicit section on using fallbacks, though. I managed to find information on creating fallbacks for all 3 ways of using SVGs in your [Using SVG](http://css-tricks.com/using-svg/) article.
Great series. Thank you Chris!
I learned a lot in this series! Thanks so much Chris.
Thanks so much, Chris! The info is very clear, very sequential and well explained. Great work dude, helped a lot!
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