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HTML Specs SVG

This page isn’t valid…and who cares

I covered my recent experiments in using SVG in HTML in SVG in HTML. I linked two different example pages with SVG inline in HTML: one dependent on HTML5 parsing (Firefox nightly), the other using the library, SVGWeb. There’s another difference between the two examples other than just their implementation. The first example, dependent on a browser parsing […]

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SVG

SVGWeb and the XML Issue

I’ve been playing around with SVGWeb, liking the library more over time. I re-created the SVG in HTML5 example, and at first it didn’t work. I thought it could be because SVGWeb couldn’t manage the metadata element, but when I loaded the page in Firefox, with Firebug, I found that the SVG/XML still had the bugs I […]

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SVG

SVG in HTML

I’m writing an article on using SVG for site decoration and backgrounds. Since SVG is now allowed in HTML via HTML5, it seemed a good time to introduce people to the concept. Especially since the nightly build of Firefox 3.7 has a configuration option (“about:configure”) where you can enable HTML5. To test the new option […]

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HTML SVG

SVG in HTML

I’m writing an article on using SVG for site decoration and backgrounds. Since SVG is now allowed in HTML via HTML5, it seemed a good time to introduce people to the concept. Especially since the nightly build of Firefox 3.7 has a configuration option (“about:configure”) where you can enable HTML5. To test the new option […]

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SVG

Zooming with SVG

I wanted to highlight a comment Bruce Rindahl made to an earlier post (with his permission): http://www.lrcwe-data.com/DeepZoom.svg is a modification of a project I have been working on. I hacked together some code to mimic the animation effect of the Hard Rock site. First some credits. The original work was funded by the State of Colorado and Division of […]