The map types SATELLITE and HYBRID support a 45° perspective imagery view for certain locations (only at high zoom levels). If you zoom into a location with 45° imagery view, the map will automatically alter the perspective view. In addition, the map will add: A compass wheel around the Pan control, allowing you to rotate…


SVG Stroke Properties SVG offers a wide range of stroke properties. In this chapter we will look at the following: stroke stroke-width stroke-linecap stroke-dasharray All the stroke properties can be applied to any kind of lines, text and outlines of elements like a circle.   SVG stroke Property The stroke property defines the color of…


SVG Text – <text> The <text> element is used to define a text. Here the SVG code : Output :  Example 2 Rotate the text. Here the SVG code : Output : Example 3 Text as a link (with the <a> element). Here the SVG code : Output : I love SVG!  


SVG Path – <path> The <path> element is used to define a path. The following commands are available for path data: M = moveto L = lineto H = horizontal lineto V = vertical lineto C = curveto S = smooth curveto Q = quadratic Bézier curve T = smooth quadratic Bézier curveto A =…


SVG Polyline – <polyline> Example 1 The <polyline> element is used to create any shape that consists of only straight lines. Here the SVG code : Output : Example 2 Another example with only straight lines. Here the SVG code : Output :


SVG Polygon – <polygon> The <polygon> element is used to create a graphic that contains at least three sides. Polygons are made of straight lines, and the shape is “closed” (all the lines connect up). Example 1 The following example creates a polygon with three sides.Here is the SVG code: Output : Code explanation: The…