Unless you’re working with Adobe SVG graphics, creating an impressive website requires a lot of time and patience. However, if you have clearly defined what you exactly want for your design, that can cut the long process short.
Step 1: Launch Your HTML File Text Editor and Bring Up Your HTML Page
Step 3: Give the SVG Element Attributes
This is the stage at which you can modify the appearance and size of the element. These attributes can be as many as you think necessary but in most cases, you will simply have the width, height, stroke, and color for the element to be visible. When you are done setting attributes to your SVG, you then need to append this to put it inside the HTML body.
Step 4: Check on the Browser If the Script Is Correctly Executed
What is an SVG element?
An SVG element is a container with a new coordinate system, used as an outermost layer of the SVG document as well as in embedding an SVG fragment within an SVG or HTML document.
Where can the SVG code be found?
In your text editor, look for the SVG image in your SVG folder, then open it to get the SVG code from there.