URL issues with SVG rendered graphs
|Reported by:||Emmanuel Blot||Owned by:||Peter Kropf|
SVG graphs are embedded within an XHTML page inside
<object> tags. This seems to be the only recommended way IFAICT.
The trouble is that an object is considered as a sub-element in a browser, just like iframe.
This means that when a URL is added to a graph node and the user click on this node, the browser loads the linked page into the object placeholder, not in the main window as expected. In other words, the linked page appears as "nested" into the original web page where the graph was displayed. Back to the plain old "html frame" issue ;-(
The meaning of object is therefore really different that the
<img> element as used for bitmap-based graphs.
In other word, graph URLs such as:
should be replaced with
in the generated dot file.