The SVG domain elements enable direct use of SVG markup within DITA documents, as well as use-by-reference of SVG markup that is stored in separate non-DITA documents. SVG is a W3C standard.
For SVG markup that is stored directly in DITA documents that are validated using DTDs, the
SVG elements must use a namespace prefix in order to avoid conflict with DITA-defined
elements of the same name. Documents validated using XSD or RELAX NG can default the SVG
namespace on the SVG
<svg> element. SVG elements that are referenced
<svgref> element do not need to have a namespace prefix,
because they are parsed separately from the DITA documents that refer to them. By default,
the SVG domain is configured to use the namespace prefix "svg" for the SVG elements.
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