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RE: XML to SVG (inlining SVG in an HTML page)

From: Irv Kanode <ikanode@Adobe.COM>
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 15:47:21 -0700
Message-Id: <p04310108b5cb54a93973@[]>
To: "Torres, Libo" <Libo.Torres@primark.com>, <www-svg@w3.org>

Michael Bierman of Adobe recently posted some sample code that shows 
how to "inline" SVG code in an IE 5.5 HTML page. A description and 
the code is at:


This does at least part of what you want.


At 8:01 PM +0100 8/24/00, Torres, Libo wrote:
>	thanks,
>	that fix the problem that I can't make the transformation using IE5
>and that I can't see the SVG file with .xml extension. Hopfully it will be
>fixed soon...
>	Do you know if is possible to transform a XML to SVG file in the
>client using the DOM model or some scripting? Could be interesting to get an
>SVG image from an XML file without the fisical SVG file
>	thanks, Libo
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