Download and optimize SVGs from websites.
SVG Gobbler is a browser extension that hunts down the SVG content in your current tab, highlights unique attributes about it and gives you the option to download or copy to the clipboard. The best part? It is automatically optimized using SVGO on export. SVG Gobbler is an open source tool created by Ross Moody out in sunny San Francisco. Contribute to the project on Github at https://github.com/rossmoody/svg-gobbler You can follow Ross Moody here: https://twitter.com/_rossmoody Note: Be considerate of the content downloaded and the intellectual property of the copyright and/or trademark holder.
- (2019-11-21) Justin Beasley: Love this extension, and find that it works far better than anything else in the Chrome Web Store. Unlike the other tools, it has a great UI that visually indicates file properties that may matter to you, and elegantly hands things like CORS restrictions. It gives the same bulk functionality as SVG Grabber, but unlike that one correctly sets the size on the SVGs which means they can be directly imported into tools like PowerPoint and used online without funky cropping. Like SVG Crowbar, it saves a decent file—but does a better job merging the styles and doesn't produce so many erroneous layers within the file. And a responsive maintainer is awesome too, since many of the other projects are long-abandoned. 10/10, would gobble again.
- (2019-10-21) Andreas K.: Great!
- (2019-08-04) Melissa Scoppa: Love this extension. Works better than any of the others I tried.
- (2019-05-30) Roman Sciascia: I often want to gobble all the SVGs. Where to start? How to collect? I am at a loss. Then along comes SVG Gobbler and now, wow. All the SVGs served up for me to gobble with the click of a button. Two thumbs up.
- (2019-05-30) Tressley Cahill: This extension is much, much easier than inspecting the element and trying to grab SVG code (or those moments you find Base64 encoding...) Super useful and pumped to add this to my suite of tools.