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  1. Thank you for your answer. I was trying to get a clean code with only the basic tags to use within my .html file. I would like to use .svg images with inline code and not using a <img> reference to an external .svg file. That's why I was looking for a very concise code without using non-core tags. Moreover (I don't know if you have looked at the file I uploaded in my open post) the file that is generated by Affinity contains a tag "xlink:href" that contains about 799723 characters. In practice I'm generated a monstrously infinite .svg file, when I drew only 4 simple geometric shapes. I don't know if I made a mistake in the export process. Is there a particular process to create a .svg file suitable for insertion/modeling on websites?
  2. Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to get the code of a vector image to be used within a .html document. This is an example of a document exported in .svg: bg.svg If I try to open such a document with a text editor, I find a lot of useless tags, and especially a "xlink:href" tag which is composed of thousands of lines. Can someone give me some indication?
  3. @GarryP Thank you very much for your answer! The video is perfect! I have one last question: If I wanted to insert a shaded coloring uniformly to all the lines, how can I do it? Thanks again!
  4. Hello to all, I am new to Affinity Design and would need your help to understand how to create a shape with lines. Basically I would like to recreate this effect: Would someone be kind enough to show me the exact procedure to achieve this effect? Thank you!😊
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