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marble madness
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      11-29-2009
Hello,

I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?

 
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Jonathan N. Little
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      11-29-2009
marble madness wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?
>


URL?

BTW SVG won't work in any version of IE

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Nik Coughlin
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      11-29-2009
"marble madness" <marble@madness> wrote in message
news:4b12da4e$0$11543$(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hello,
>
> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?


Yeah, don't use Amaya.

 
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marble madness
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      11-30-2009
Jonathan N. Little a écrit :
> marble madness wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
>> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
>> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?
>>

>
> URL?
>
> BTW SVG won't work in any version of IE


Thank you for your answer.

Here's the url :
http://www.cijoint.fr/cjlink.php?fil...cijtUfz0OY.txt

You'll just have to rename this file with .htm instead of .txt

This file was made with Amaya.

If you open this file with Amaya, no problem but firefox and IE8 don't
open it well (no SVG elements).

Moreover, when I rename this file with another extension (.fr instead of
..htm), firefox opens it well.
 
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marble madness
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      11-30-2009
Nik Coughlin a écrit :
> "marble madness" <marble@madness> wrote in message
> news:4b12da4e$0$11543$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
>> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
>> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?

>
> Yeah, don't use Amaya.


Ok but I was looking for a html editor who :
-is free
-allows me to insert svg elements (and MathML elements too)
-is easy to use (with my pupils for example).

Do you have another suggestion ?

Thanks.
 
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SAZ
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      11-30-2009
In article <4b14315f$0$24616$(E-Mail Removed)>, marble@madness
says...
>
> Nik Coughlin a crit :
> > "marble madness" <marble@madness> wrote in message
> > news:4b12da4e$0$11543$(E-Mail Removed)...
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
> >> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
> >> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?

> >
> > Yeah, don't use Amaya.

>
> Ok but I was looking for a html editor who :
> -is free
> -allows me to insert svg elements (and MathML elements too)
> -is easy to use (with my pupils for example).
>
> Do you have another suggestion ?
>
> Thanks.


Do you teach HTML? If so, then there is no compelling reason to teach
your students SVG and MathML elements when they are not supported by all
major browsers, specifically IE. As bad as IE may be, it still accounts
for over 60% of the market.

And if you don't teach HTML, then the same holds true - it is not
supported by IE and therefore pointless to utilize.
 
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Jonathan N. Little
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      12-01-2009
marble madness wrote:
> Jonathan N. Little a écrit :
>> marble madness wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I'm new to Amaya (and new to html page editing too). When I insert SVG
>>> elements in the page, they don't appear when I open the html file with
>>> Firefox or IE. Have I forgotten something ?
>>>

>>
>> URL?
>>
>> BTW SVG won't work in any version of IE

>
> Thank you for your answer.
>
> Here's the url :
> http://www.cijoint.fr/cjlink.php?fil...cijtUfz0OY.txt
>
> You'll just have to rename this file with .htm instead of .txt
>
> This file was made with Amaya.
>
> If you open this file with Amaya, no problem but firefox and IE8 don't
> open it well (no SVG elements).
>
> Moreover, when I rename this file with another extension (.fr instead of
> .htm), firefox opens it well.


Works just fine in FireFox IF served as application/xhtml+xml...just bad
html when served as text/html (Take note to all those in NG who state
XHML is okay as text/html...)

BTW this will not work in IE. You would have to substitute an image for
IE.

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Jonathan N. Little
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      12-01-2009
Jonathan N. Little wrote:

> Works just fine in FireFox IF served as application/xhtml+xml...just bad
> html when served as text/html (Take note to all those in NG who state
> XHML is okay as text/html...)
>
> BTW this will not work in IE. You would have to substitute an image for IE.
>


The way to get this to work served as text/html is to put the SVG in a
separate file then link as an object with image/svg+xml type. The other
benefit is you can mage an image version of the SVG for IE users...



<object type="image/svg+xml" data="test.svg" width="523" height="300">
<!-- IE will fail on object and load the following GIF -->
<img src="test.gif" width="523" height="300" alt="For IE users" />
</object>


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Jonathan N. Little
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      12-01-2009
SAZ wrote:

>
> Do you teach HTML? If so, then there is no compelling reason to teach
> your students SVG and MathML elements when they are not supported by all
> major browsers, specifically IE.


Correction: SVG and MathML is support by major browsers, just not
support by the major browser IE.

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Jonathan
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SAZ
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      12-01-2009
In article <hf1t6r$sp4$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed)
says...
>
> SAZ wrote:
>
> >
> > Do you teach HTML? If so, then there is no compelling reason to teach
> > your students SVG and MathML elements when they are not supported by all
> > major browsers, specifically IE.

>
> Correction: SVG and MathML is support by major browsers, just not
> support by the major browser IE.


I rewrote the reply several times, left a few words in there by mistake.
 
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