HTML and CSS Reference
SVG W eb is a J ava S cript library that, if it detects the browser has no
native support for SVG , will replace any SVG graphics it finds with a
Flash movie. The Flash movie will then take care of rendering the SVG
in the browser. You have to make some slight modifications to your
web page in order to enable SVG W eb. The first is in the head of the
document, where you reference the SVG W eb J ava S cript library:
Then you have to surround each of your SVG graphics with <script>
<svg viewBox="0 0 320 240">
<rect x="50" y="50" width="100" height="100"
<line x1="50" y1="50" x2="150" y2="150"
style="stroke: rgb(0,127,127); stroke-width: 5;"></line>
Your SVG graphics will then render as SVG in browsers that support it
and as Flash movies in browsers that don't support SVG . In the follow-
ing examples, at left you can see that SVG W eb allows Internet
Explorer to render inline SVG , although it doesn't match the native
support offered by browsers such as Firefox (shown on the right).