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6. Power XML for Web Pages > 62. Make SVG Content

Make SVG Content

Create dynamically changing diagrams based on vector graphics instead of static images.

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a W3C XML standard for defining two-dimensional images that are composed of vector graphics. SVG is useful for maps, illustrations, diagrams, and numerous other uses. SVG support is being added to Firefox and Mozilla, but at the time of writing, that support is still being finished. Many SVG features are complete, but there are still rough edges and gaps. This hack explains how to do something, in preparation for the day when you’ll be able to do anything. To work with SVG, you need the right build of Firefox [Hack #92] and the right fonts in place [Hack #30] . If you’re using an older operating system, this URL describes other files that you might also need:


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