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This example shows a simple flood filter that is green colored and has an opacity of 50%.
The image will look like this.
<!DOCTYPE HTML> <html> <head></head> <body> <svg width="400" height="400"> <defs> <filter id="MyFilter" filterUnits="userSpaceOnUse" x="0" y="0" width="400" height="400"> <feFlood x="100" y="100" width="100" height="100" flood-color="green" flood-opacity="0.5"/> </filter> </defs> <use filter="url(#MyFilter)" x='0' y='0'/> </svg> </body> </html>
The purpose of this filter is to provide a rectangular area that can be part of a larger filter chain. If you do not supply a color or opacity, the default values will be used. You can supply the x, y, width, and height values, but if you do not, they will be defined by the general filter region.
- Scalable Vector Graphics: Filter Effects, Section 15.25.18
The SVGFEFloodElement object has these properties:
- height: Gets or sets the height of an element.
- result: Provides a reference for the output result of a filter.
- width: Defines the width of an element.
- x: Gets or sets the x-coordinate value.
- y: Gets or sets the y-coordinate value.
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