[Bioperl-l] SVG on the server

Todd Harris todd.harris at cshl.edu
Tue Apr 6 10:41:53 EDT 2004

Yes, you need to add the following document types to your httpd.conf file:

    AddType image/svg+xml svg
    AddType image/svg+xml svgz

The second is required for Bio::Graphics per se since it doesn't make use of
compressed SVG (yet).


> On 4/6/04 9:28 AM, hz5 at njit.edu wrote:

> Hi everybody!
> I put my svg picture on my apache server, but I cannot see it over IE. All I
> can see is the XML codes.
> I have SVG viewer installed, I can see SVG picture from Todd Harris's examples
> using IE, but at the same time I cannot see my svg picture using IE, if I
> download my svg picture from the apache server, I can view it locally.
> Does this mean I have to config sth on the server side in order to display
> svg?
> Thanks!
> =========================================================
> Haibo Zhang, PhD student
> Computational Biology, NJIT & Rutgers University
> Center for Applied Genomics, PHRI
> http://afs13.njit.edu/~hz5
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