SVG is an XML-based file format that has been specifically designed for viewing on the web. SVG can contain both vector and raster information. Some web browsers may require a plug-in to view SVG files; older browsers may not be able to view SVG files at all. SVG supports font embedding. You can also choose to produce compressed SVG files. The file extension changes to *.svgz when this option is enabled.
To export an SVG or SVGZ file, make sure a map or layout view is active. On the Share tab, click Map or Layout , depending on the active view, to open the Export pane. Change the File Type to SVG or SVGZ. Set a name and location for the file, as well as any other properties, then click Export.
The following properties are available when exporting to an SVG or SVGZ file:
Output as image
Export vector content as an image. For maps or layouts containing vector layers with a high density of vertices, this can drastically reduce the output file size. When using this option, some enhanced features, such as layers and attributes, no longer work.
The effective dpi of the vector data in the layout. DPI is available only when exporting a layout. When exporting a map, the dpi is calculated automatically.
The amount of image resampling. The control determines the effective resolution of raster content on output. For instance, if the output image quality ratio is set to 1:2 and the output resolution is set to 300 dpi, the raster content will be output at approximately 150 dpi. In many cases, the raster data can be included at a lower dpi than the vector data without visibly affecting quality, which will reduce the output file size.
Include embeddable fonts in the exported file to maintain font consistency across different platforms.
Convert character marker symbols to polygon
Controls whether marker symbols based on font characters are exported as characters referenced from the font or as polygons. Check this option to view the output on a machine that does not have the appropriate fonts installed when you cannot embed the fonts due to licensing or file format restrictions.