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Creating SVG Web Pages

To create an SVG Web page, you can work just as you have up to this point in the book—an SVG Web page is simply another type of SVG image. If you have been working with a vector graphics package, such as CorelDRAW 10, simply open a new image with suitable dimensions and start laying out the page. Alternatively, you can choose one of the Web templates, intended presumably to be saved as HTML, although nothing stops you from saving it as SVG and tweaking any aspect of it to suit the visual display you intend. With CorelDRAW 10, you can also open HTML files and potentially save them again as SVG files to form templates for your SVG Web pages.

If you have been creating SVG by hand coding, simply create a simple template to use for all your pages, something like this:


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