Re: newbie with a question about scaling
- Thanks for your response! It was sized rather large in Inkscape.
Hopefully I won't have to change that pending this "scale" issue.
I'll make sure to try out embed. Is the embed tag valid XHTML?
--- In email@example.com, "Francis Hemsher"
> I took a look at your URL. The SVG file must be as big as horse:)
> I waited 5 mins, but it didn't appear.
> Try putting it in an EMBED...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bluolinist"
> <jazzcrazed@g...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I want to preface with a warning that I am as fresh of a newbie as
> > gets to the SVG scene. And I'm sorry that the questions I'll pose
> > probably be irritatingly elementary for most of you. But be assured
> > that I only post in last resort, after hours of Googling and
> > with code.
> > I have decided to try out using an SVG version of my logo on my
> > website instead of the PNG I've been using. The logo was originally
> > created in Adobe Illustrator CS as an Illustrator file. I saved it
> > SVG. Then I opened the SVG in Inkscape, changed the color, and
> > it to a new file.
> > I finally put that file into my website template via the "object"
> > My goal was to have the logo scale automatically based on the
> > size. I saw many posts in this group regarding setting "width" and
> > "height" to 100%, and then appending a "preserveAspectRatio"
> > to the svg tag. But following the suggestions in those posts made
> > difference.
> > Right now, the logo appears on my site in full size, but in a small
> > box with scroll bars. I don't know how to change the size of that
> > I thought it was the "viewBox" attribute, but changing those values
> > did nothing.
> > Does anybody know how I might allow this logo to scale
> > based on window size?
> > You can view my WIP template with SVG logo here:
> > http://jazzcrazed.dyndns.org
> > Any help is much appreciated!!
> > Thanks in advance,
> > JazzCrazed
> > http://jazzcrazed.com