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<radialGradient> element, this attribute defines the x-coordinate of the largest (i.e., outermost) circle for the radial gradient. The gradient will be drawn such that 100% gradient stop is mapped to the perimeter of the largest (i.e. outermost) circle. If the attribute is not specified, the effect is as if a value of 50% were set.
|Normative document||SVG 1.1 (2nd Edition): The SVGCircleElement
SVG 1.1 (2nd Edition): The SVGEllipseElement
SVG 1.1 (2nd Edition): The SVGRadialGradientElement
A <coordinate> is a length in the user coordinate system that is the given distance from the origin of the user coordinate system along the relevant axis (the x-axis for X coordinates, the y-axis for Y coordinates). Its syntax is the same as that for <length>.
SVG 'cx' attribute example
<svg viewBox="0 0 500 100"> <circle cy="50" r="25"/> <!-- This circle will appear cut off (cx=0) --> <circle cx="150" cy="50" r="25"/> <circle cx="350" cy="50" r="25"/> </svg>
The following elements can use the