First, you have to know that you or your friend has the tattoo. In this case, a friend does not do it, as it is not technically a tattoo. You also have to understand that your friend has no way to tell if she is getting a tattoo, since the tattoo is not visible through the skin.
So to keep this simple, if you see it’s on your friend, it is a definite tattoo. If it’s on someone else, it’s probably not the right tattoo.
Also, a friend will probably ask you to sign the tattoo. So take the time to explain to your friend that it’s not a tattoo.
Tattoos and Tattoo Removal
A “real” tattoo (as opposed to a fake tattoo or a tattoo taken out to put on for good measure) is usually covered by a bandage. So what is a better choice for removal?
To remove the tattoo, you can either:
Do your own tattoo removal or just go to a tattoo removal studio.
Try another tattoo removal method.
You’ll definitely save yourself money (and the pain).
Introduction: This article describes the basics of the SVG document type, the SVG DOM, web fonts, and CSS. It is intended for people who have only recently gotten a bit of programming experience and want to begin using SVG to develop applications for desktop, mobile, and WebRTC 2 platforms.
This article is incomplete and should be replaced by a more up-to-date version, or possibly by another document explaining all in detail how to interact with SVG and the Web.
Before getting started, please read the next section in the document’s sourcecode in order to understand more and get an intuition for the format.
HTML5 Web Fonts
Since many HTML5 applications rely on the user font’s font information, they must be rendered to the device’s native text renderer. Thus, when CSS2 was standardized, it was mandated that web fonts have to include data for a certain character set. Thus, if a text document has a page that uses a non-US keyboard layout, it needs to be rendered by an algorithm with characters for all six US keyboard layouts. This provides for all of the benefits that CSS1 provides: a consistent style, a consistent typeface, and easier font handling.
Since CSS2 is still the only valid format for fonts and can be rendered without changing the rendering context,