SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics and is a type of file format that can be used to edit graphics on the web. SVG files are XML-based which means that they can be edited with any text editor. These files are also smaller than traditional image formats such as JPEG and PNG. This makes them very useful for web designers as they save time and bandwidth when loading images.
CSS is a language used to style and structure webpages. It’s the acronym for Cascading Style Sheet which is a set of instructions that can be written in text or with a text editor such as Notepad++. CSS enables you to easily make changes to your website’s appearance and layout. If you need to change the color of all of your body paragraphs, it would take less than ten minutes with CSS!