<canvas>very fast renderer element. Due to the path data already being VML, little work is needed in the VML engine. The canvas engine, however, must convert all paths to the corresponding sets of drawing commands provided by the canvas API. This turned out to be somewhat tricky at first, but a solution was found after two complete rewrites in the form of code generation and caching, resulting in a Inline SVG was also considered but quickly turned down due to it being surprisingly slow in the few browsers that actually support it properly.” The simplicity of this thing still blows my mind, especially at how flawless it works. You literally add one line of code at the top of the page, one at the bottom. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. Although most would think of this as the last thing when building a site, this tool is fully accessible – all the text can be read using JAWS. How is that possible you ask? It’s because the text that you write in your source code still exists but you just can’t see it. Using CSS the original text is hidden and the png letters of your font is placed on top – all dynamically when the page loads. There are various font types that can be used with this awesome tool. Check it out to learn more.