Retina displays are going to drastically change how we design for the web. Vector imagery, most notably SVG, will become a significant tool to display resolution-independent imagery at a reasonable bandwidth footprint. I made the switch to SVG on my site using data URIs a few weeks back and will not be looking back. One thing has gnawed at me when I added the SVGs to my CSS file. It felt wrong to treat those SVGs like a plain images. One considerable strength to SVG is that it’s markup-based. That nagging feeling led me to experiment with a different approach to rendering vector imagery on a website, which I am calling SVG CSS injection. Read On…