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  1. So it exports fine but what you are talking about is which thing are you exporting (the objects or the whole artboard) and the display size in a browser (whether it is a svg alone or a svg in an html doc) For starters there is one thing you have to take in account (AI or AD): the artboard size. AI, as far as I know (I only have CSS 5.1) only lets you "save as" SVG the whole artboard. And it saves the SVG with the exact width and height in pixels and the exact position (of the artboard, nor the objects in it) with x and y. Something similar to your design. It's a 800px x 600px docum
  2. File > Export In the dialog choose "SVG (for export)". Pay attention to what you are exporting (selection, whole document or artboard if it's the case) and select what you need. Hit export. Profit!. Greets
  3. He's probably talking about displaying the SVG in a browser (into a html document, because he said it shows 0x0px computed in the html tree - hml inspector tools?-). Anyway, I've exported to SVG from designer a lot and never had a problem so far. ghiesz, take a look at the files I've attached. There is a svg file generated with Designer and a html file with 2 ways for displaying svg (<img> and <svg> tags). It would be nice if you could attach your svg so we could inspect what the problem is. Greets. (my taylor is rich) svg.html car-lite.svg
  4. You can always try scribus https://www.scribus.net/ Not too bad compared to inDesign... but hey, at least is Open Source and for Linux, Win and Mac OS X.
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