The SVGAElement.target read-only property of SVGAElement returns an SVGAnimatedString object that specifies the portion of a target window, frame, pane into which a document is to be opened when a link is activated.
The CSS property pointer-events allows authors to control under what circumstances (if any) a particular graphic element can become the target of mouse events. When this property is unspecified, the same characteristics of the visiblePainted value apply to SVG content.
Although it's not trivial (for security reasons), it's possible to draw DOM content—such as HTML—into a canvas. This article, derived from this blog post by Robert O'Callahan, covers how you can do it securely, safely, and in accordance with the specification.
The SVGCircleElement interface is an interface for the <circle> element. The circle element is defined by the cx and cattributes, that denote the coordinates of the centre of the circle. It also has a radius attribute r that denotes the radius of the circle. The radius value must be positive to allow the successful rendering of the element.
The backdrop-filter property provides for effects like blurring or color shifting the area behind an element, which can then be seen through that element by adjusting the element's transparency/opacity.
The image-rendering CSS property provides a hint to the browser about the algorithm it should use to scale images. It applies to the element itself as well as any images supplied in other properties for the element. It has no effect on non-scaled images.
The letter-spacing CSS property specifies spacing behavior between text characters.
The CSS mask-type properties defines if a mask is used as a luminance or an alpha mask.
The text-rendering CSS property provides information to the rendering engine about what to optimize for when rendering text.
The mask property in CSS allows users to alter the visibility of an item by either partially or fully hiding it. This is accomplished by either masking or clipping the image at specific points.