Perhaps this relates to the original question as an additional feature. What would be the best way to offer SVG content from the main opening page? Since SVG requires a browser that has the approprite plugin or a dedicated browser, is it better to create a hyperlink or maybe have the SVG capability detected and content redirected automatically.
Another question. What is the best and lightest way to offer SVG content from the server side? Java seems real slow and resource hungry at sites I visit that use it. On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 12:39:21PM +1000, Justin French wrote: > If you output the right headers, then output the file (by either passing > thru an existing file or "building" a file), then it should work.... > although I have no experience with exactly what you want -- only with MP3s, > images, etc. > > Justin French > > > on 01/07/02 7:52 PM, Herve le Martret ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > > > Hello, > > > > I am interested in creating svg graphics with php like creating a image with > > gd. > > I tried a PHP script with : > > > > header ("Content-type: image/xml+svg"); > > > > but I don't know how to output correctly svg lines. > > > > It is not possible to ouput svg lines with the print command and a command > > like > > "imagesvg($im);" does'nt exit. > > -- Bill Amsterdam, NL -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php