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Recreate your image with the areas that you want to change the color of with CSS as transparent. You can do this in Photoshop by applying your grayscale image as a mask over a solid color layer. Your image background is gray so first use levels to make the gray areas white. Select All (cmd+A) and Copy (cmd+C) Create a new Solid Color Layer and add a Layer ...


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Since the image is a raster graphic, the only way you'd be able to influence the color of the image is through blend modes. You would need to have a solid color sit under the image that you want to blend. You would preferably do this by setting the background property of the image's parent container to the color you want to tint the image and use an ...


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I think it's better to post this question on Stack Overflow, since it's more programming related svg than graphic design. There are 2 ways to achieve this: 1. Merge all elements to one document and layer (Illustrator will recalculate all classes) 2. If you don't have too many objects, try find & replace the class names for each element example: ...



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