SVG stands for “Scalable Vector Graphics” and is an XML based, vector image format.
SVG images are predominantly found on the web, and while they have comparable uses to JPEG, PNG and WebP image types, their DNA is extremely different.You can check this link www.thevinylrepository.com/ to get information on SVG.
Well, traditional image types like JPEG, PNG and GIF are bitmap-based (or raster-based), meaning they consist of a set amount of pixels.
Typically, this means that as soon as you start to increase or decrease an image of this type, you are presented with jagged lines, blurry artifacts and a pixelated mess.
We also have the more recent image type of WebP, developed by Google which aims to supersede the JPEG, PNG and GIF file formats altogether as a singular more flexible solution.
In short, the WebP image type was created to generate much smaller file sizes and eliminate the need to use different image types on the web. It is currently unsupported by Safari and is yet to gain significant traction on the web.