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  • How to set path, Text and Stroke in SVG?
  • svg-path,text,stroking

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In SVG, there are three parts to placing text on a path: A path> that must have an id and appear in the SVG document's defs section. A text> element is a type of HTML element. Some characters included within a textPath> element within the text> element. This textPath> must correspond to the pathid. >'s

Enclose the text in a textPath> element with a href attribute pointing to the path> element to render text in the shape of a path.

The SVG text> element creates a text-based graphics element. Like any other SVG graphics element, you can use a gradient, pattern, clipping path, mask, or filter on text>. Text that is not contained within a text> element in SVG is not rendered.

In the SVG collection of basic forms, the path> element is the most powerful. It can be used to draw lines, curves, and arcs, among other things. Paths use many straight or curved lines to create complicated shapes. Polyline> s can be used to build complex shapes made entirely of straight lines.

The text> element is used to render text in SVG. The simplest example of a text> element is one that is placed using only the x and y attributes. By default, text is presented with a black fill and no outline.

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