Does Google Chrome support SVG transparency? My SVG logo renders correctly in Firefox, but in Google Chrome it has a white background.

You can check it out at it is the main "Aaron Chiles" logo.

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According to Wikipedia, "Browsers based on WebKit (such as Apple's Safari, Google Chrome, and The Omni Group's OmniWeb) have incomplete support for the SVG 1.1 Full specification since 2006.[42] This includes Safari 3.0 and later (included with Mac OS X v10.5 and Mac OS X v10.4.11) as well as Mobile Safari as of iPhone OS 2.1."

I use Safari 4.0.02 and I see a white background on your logo. Why not use a PNG image in this instance? If a clear background is what you want, I think a PNG will be the best solution.

Answered about 10 years ago by Edward Williams

Thanks for the answer! I just wanted to try something new with HTML5. I could even just use Arial font instead of any graphic at all.

Answered about 10 years ago by Aaron Chiles

A quick google finds this which suggests it's a recent regression in Webkit (i.e. worked in Safari 4.01, broken in 4.02). Which I think means it's not your fault :)

Answered about 10 years ago by Olly Hodgson