SVG Viewport And SVG Tag
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Part of Course: D3 V4 Tutorial
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Takeaways:

  • The SVG tag <svg> defines the SVG Viewport
  • There are specific "SVG" only tags, like circle, rect, text, path, line, etc, that you can use within the SVG tag
  • Web browsers treat these SVG-specific-keyword-tags differently when inside of an SVG tag and when they are outside of it
  • The SVG tag should be thought of as a view-port or window onto an infinite plane
  • You can define SVG objects that are visible within the window
  • You can define SVG objects that are not visible because they are away from the window
  • You can define SVG objects that are partially visible because some part of them is within the window

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