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SVG Fill Attributes


SVG Fill Attributes

The fill attribute sets the color of the inside of an element.

Here we will look at the three fill attributes:

  • fill - sets the color of the inside of an element
  • fill-opacity - sets the opacity of the color inside an element
  • fill-rule - sets the algorithm used to determine the inside part of the shape

SVG fill Attribute

The fill attribute defines the color of the inside of an element.

The fill attribute can be used with the following SVG elements: <circle>, <ellipse>, <path>, <polygon>, <polyline>, <rect>, <text>, <textPath>, <tref> and <tspan>.

The value of the fill attribute can be a color name, rgb value or a hex value.

Here we use the fill attribute for a polygon, rectangle, circle and a text:

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Here is the SVG code:

Example

<svg width="600" height="220" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <polygon points="50,10 0,190 100,190" fill="lime" />
  <rect width="150" height="100" x="120" y="50" fill="blue" />
  <circle r="45" cx="350" cy="100" fill="red" />
  <text x="420" y="100" fill="red">I love SVG!</text>
</svg>
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SVG fill-opacity Attribute

The fill-opacity attribute defines the opacity of the fill color.

The fill-opacity attribute can be used with the following SVG elements: <circle>, <ellipse>, <path>, <polygon>, <polyline>, <rect>, <text>, <textPath>, <tref> and <tspan>.

The value of the fill-opacity attribute goes from 0 to 1 (or 0% to 100%).

Here we use the fill-opacity attribute for a polygon, rectangle, circle and a text:

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Here is the SVG code:

Example

<svg width="600" height="220" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <polygon points="50,10 0,190 100,190" fill="lime" fill-opacity="0.5" />
  <rect width="150" height="100" x="120" y="50" fill="blue" fill-opacity="50%" />
  <circle r="45" cx="350" cy="100" fill="red" fill-opacity="0.6" />
  <text x="420" y="100" fill="red" fill-opacity="70%">I love SVG!</text>
</svg>
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SVG fill-rule Attribute

The fill-rule attribute defines the algorithm used to determine the inside part of a shape.

The fill-rule attribute can be used with the following SVG elements: <path>, <polygon>, <polyline>, <text>, <textPath>, <tref> and <tspan>.

The value of the fill-rule attribute can be "nonzero" or "evenodd".

Here we use the fill-rule attribute for a polygon, with value "evenodd":

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Here is the SVG code:

Example

<svg height="210" width="500" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <polygon points="100,10 40,198 190,78 10,78 160,198" fill="lime" fill-rule="evenodd" />
</svg>
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Here we use the fill-rule attribute for a polygon, with value "nonzero":

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Here is the SVG code:

Example

<svg height="210" width="500" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <polygon points="100,10 40,198 190,78 10,78 160,198" fill="lime" fill-rule="nonzero" />
</svg>
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