Installing SVG 1.1 in browser




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Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), a W3C Recommendation, is a language for describing two-dimensional graphics and graphical applications in XML.

(1) SVG-compliant web browser

  1. SVG in Windows Internet Explorer 6.0+ uses the Adobe SVG Viewer 3.03 plugin, or Adobe SVG Viewer 6.0 Alpha Build 38363 plugin.
  2. Mozilla Firefox 1.5+ supports native SVG on all platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac).
  3. Opera 8+ supports SVG.

(2) Generating SVG web page

  1. Learn SVG book.
  2. Wikipedia.
  3. WikiSVG.
  4. Batik, a Java-based toolkit for applications or applets that include images in the SVG format.
  5. Sketsa SVG graphics editor.
  6. Inkscape est un logiciel libre d'édition de graphismes vectoriels.
  7. SVG in Firefox.

(3) SVG test page

  1. Opera developer community.
  2. W3C test suite.
  3. Kevlindev.
  4. SVGBasics tutorials.
  5. Gaëtan GABORIT.
  6. Embed, inline or alone ?
  7. XHTML pages with standard MathML and SVG in several browsers.
  8. A swarm of motes.

(4) SVG example

  1. O'Reilly Commons: SVG Essentials.
  2. Mozilla SVG project.
  3. Articles in Opera developer community.
  4. W3schools.
  5. David Lane Scalable Vector Graphics.
 
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