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Accessible SVG Icons With Inline Sprites

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This is a great look at accessible SVG markup patterns by Marco Hengstenberg. Here’s the ideal example:

<button type="button">
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  <svg class="svg-icon"
     role="img"
     height="10"
     width="10"
     viewBox="0 0 10 10"
     aria-hidden="true"
     focusable="false">
     <path d="m1 7h8v2h-8zm0-3h8v2h-8zm0-3h8v2h-8z"></path>
    </svg>
</button>
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Bobby Grace, on the Dropbox Paper team:

On the engineering side, we use inline SVGs. These have many advantages. One advantage is that SVG is a well-structured format that we can manipulate with code. Paper is also using React and

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$1,076,940

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High five to Dave Gandy and the Font Awesome team:

The Font Awesome 5 Kickstarter raised $1,076,940 with 35,549 backers, making it the most funded and most backed software Kickstarter of all time.

What’s do the funders get? 1,000 more …

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