The simplest way to make a portion of an SVG clickable is to add an SVG hyperlink element to the markup. This is as easy as wrapping the target with an tag, just as you would a nested html element. Your tag can surround a simple shape or more complex paths. It can surround a group of SVG elements or just one.
<a> The <a> SVG element creates a hyperlink to other web pages, files, locations in the same page, email addresses, or any other URL. It is very similar to HTML’s <a> element. SVG’s <a> element is a container, which means you can create a link around text (like in HTML) but also around any shape.
Just like (X)HTML, SVG supports linking to content within the document and to external resources, for example other SVG documents, HTML or XML documents, images, videos or any other kind of typical resource you may want to link to.
How do I make a SVG clickable map?
It’s very easy to do clickable regions in svg itself, just add some <a> elements around the shapes you want to have clickable.
- Create an empty project and choose your map image as your base image when creating the new project.
- Add a Polygon element (from the Shape menu) for each province.
Turn an image in your email into a clickable link
- Copy the URL you want to link to your image.
- Drag-and-drop the image that you want to turn into a link into your template.
- Click the image to open the toolbar and then click Link > Web Page.
- Paste the copied URL into the Link URL Field.
SVG images can be written directly into the HTML document using the <svg> </svg> tag. To do this, open the SVG image in VS code or your preferred IDE, copy the code, and paste it inside the <body> element in your HTML document. If you did everything correctly, your webpage should look exactly like the demo below.
How do I convert HTML to SVG?
How to convert HTML to SVG
- Upload html-file(s) Select files from Computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, URL or by dragging it on the page.
- Choose “to svg” Choose svg or any other format you need as a result (more than 200 formats supported)
- Download your svg.
What is SVG in HTML?
SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. SVG is used to define graphics for the Web. SVG is a W3C recommendation.
Is SVG an XML?
SVG is an application of XML and is compatible with the Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Recommendation [XML10]
What is a vector SVG file?
A svg (Scalable Vector Graphics) file is a vector image file format. A vector image uses geometric forms such as points, lines, curves and shapes (polygons) to represent different parts of the image as discrete objects. These forms can be individually edited.
Where can I find SVG images?
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