I created a test document with a single link to my web page
wexfordpress.com. I saved it as drawing.svg. Locally when I address
drawing.svg in firefox I get the page with the link on it. The link
But when I stored it on my other website, wexfordpress.net,
in the folder /var/www/html where my other web pages go, it doesn't
work correctly. Instead I get a display of the internal svg code.
When I tried to put it in the root directory of wexfordpress.net
Firefox can't find it at all.
I suspect my web host doesn't support svg in any manner.
Has anyone here successfully mounted an svg page on a remote web host?
If so, what was the host?
"Create Book Covers with Scribus"
Some animated artwork you may like. I decided to transfer an old Pascal
project into SVG.
If you use Firefox:
If you use Chrome or Opera:
It's my first script attempt/copy-paste-fest, so probably I animate the
circles in a dumb way, and that is why it is slow in Firefox. All
comments are welcome of course.
It is really nice to be able to hit a key to "maintain" the wave it is
showing, i.e. all circles start rotating with the same speed but with
the current phase difference. Then if you hit the key again, the program
continues with the different circle speeds and rotates through all kinds
of waves. Maybe if I feel like it, I will add this, but... it would be
nifty if someone could give me some code that I could copy-paste for
that :P :P