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rotate(angle, [cx, cy] ) Rotates the graphic by angle degrees around the coordinate specified by (cx, cy) (the center of the rotation is assumed to be the origin (0, 0) if cx and cy are not specified) skewX(angle) Skews the graphic by angle degrees, such that y-coordinates stay the same but x-coordinates are changed skewY(angle) Skews the graphic by angle degrees, such that x-coordinates stay the same but y-coordinates are changed Each transformation is applied in turn on the result of running the rest of the transformations on the graphic. For example, in Listing 16-10, transform.svg, a rectangle and some text are both first rotated through 90 about the center of the rectangle, and then moved 450 user units right and 100 user units down to position them in the center of the canvas. Listing 16-10. transform.svg <svg width="12cm" height="4cm" viewBox="0 0 1200 400" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> <g transform="translate(450, 100) rotate(90, 150, 100)"> <rect width="300" height="200" fill="#C00" stroke="black" stroke-width="20" /> <text x="150" y="150" text-anchor="middle" font-size="120" fill="yellow">SVG</text> </g> </svg> The resulting graphic is shown in Figure 16-17.
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Figure 16-17. Viewing transform.svg in Internet Explorer
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You can link from graphics within an SVG image using the <a> element. The <a> element works much like the <g> element; it groups together a bunch of graphic elements so that you can apply common presentational attributes to them, and so that you can move, scale, rotate, and skew them. The <a> element also adds a behavior to the graphics that it contains, namely that if you click them, then the browser opens up the page that s linked to with the xlink:href attribute the href attribute in the XLink namespace of http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink. The <a> element in SVG therefore works like the <a> element in HTML, except that it contains graphics rather than text (usually). For example, you could change the <g> element from the last example into an <a> element and add an xlink:href attribute, not forgetting to add the namespace declaration for XLink, as in Listing 16-11 (linking.svg). Listing 16-11. linking.svg <svg width="12cm" height="4cm" viewBox="0 0 1200 400" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"> <a xlink:href="http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/" transform="translate(450, 100) rotate(90, 150, 100)"> <rect width="300" height="200" fill="#C00" stroke="black" stroke-width="20" /> <text x="150" y="150" text-anchor="middle" font-size="120" fill="yellow">SVG</text> </a> </svg> Now, when you view linking.svg and click the rectangle, the browser should take you to http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/, the location of the SVG 1.1 Recommendation.
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Now that you have a rough idea of what you can achieve with SVG and how to achieve it, it s time to start trying to generate some SVG using XSLT. Our task will be to generate a graphical TV guide, displaying the programs that are showing between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on a particular day, looking something like that shown in Figure 16-18.
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Figure 16-18. Graphical SVG TV guide
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Our first task to create this image is to work out what SVG to use. The SVG given in Listing 16-12 (TVGuide.svg) generates this image. Listing 16-12. TVGuide.svg <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" viewBox="0 0 1400 700"> <title>TV Guide</title> <g text-anchor="middle" font-size="20" fill="black"> <desc>Timeline markers</desc> <text x="200" y="70">7:00</text> <text x="300" y="70">7:15</text> ... </g> <g stroke="black" stroke-width="2"> <desc>Vertical grid lines</desc> <line x1="200" y1="80" x2="200" y2="700"/> <line x1="300" y1="80" x2="300" y2="700"/> ... </g>
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<g transform="translate(0, 100)"> <desc>BBC1</desc> <g> <desc>Channel Label</desc> <rect x="0" y="0" height="100" width="200" fill="#C00"/> <text x="195" y="70" text-anchor="end" font-size="40" fill="yellow">BBC1</text> </g> <g> <desc>Programs</desc> ... <g transform="translate(400)"> <rect x="0" y="0" fill="#CCC" height="100" stroke="black" stroke-width="2" width="200"/> <text y="0" font-size="20" fill="black"> <tspan font-weight="bold" x="0.5em" dy="25">EastEnders</tspan> </text> </g> ... </g> </g> ... <g stroke="black" stroke-width="2"> <desc>Horizontal grid lines</desc> <line x1="0" y1="100" x2="1400" y2="100"/> <line x1="0" y1="200" x2="1400" y2="200"/> ... </g> </svg> The SVG is split into a number of <g> elements that demonstrate the structure of the graphic and allow groups of graphics to be positioned within the image and to share the same presentational attributes. There are four kinds of groups at the top level: A group holding the timeline markers displaying 15-minute intervals; these timeline markers cover the topmost 100 user units of the graphic. A group holding vertical gridlines that start just below the timeline markers and continue to the bottom of the graphic, every 100 user units across the image, starting 200 user units from the left. Groups holding the information about a particular channel, each displayed in a single row within the graphic. Each channel takes up 100 user units vertically, with the label taking up 200 user units at the left. The more channels there are, the greater the height of the graphic. A group holding the horizontal gridlines that separate the information from each channel, every 100 user units down the image.
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