There has recently been an important change to SVG enabled builds. SVG enabled builds now require you to set the 'svg.enabled' pref to 'true' before they will render SVG.
As this site is for Mozilla, then you should really consider downloading an SVG enabled Browser. This will lead you to the Mozilla SVG project page where one can get the latest trunk build.
For the moment I'm very busy with editing vacation videos, perhaps I'll get up something that is view able, but until then you can head over to Alex's examples that he has worked up from the suite of tests that are a clone of the W3C's conformance suite which has been XSLT-transformed into a format that Mozilla can digest. Link
I've just found out that the, well some anyway, Mozillas are now doing gradients and so I've put up a changed Landscape. Maybe I'll put up some more and mark them better. Okay, look to your left, there is now a menu point called Gradients.
As promised earlier, much earlier, here is an example (Link) of text for the GDI Browser and of course of browsers that use a plug in. Sorry to those folks visiting with a libart.dll browser in that there is no page for you. The libart enabled Mozilla browsers do not render SVG text.Here are some of the new SVG objects that are now able to be written inline also some controls.
One of the things that makes this so great is that when working in WebDraw from Jasc, one can copy direct from the source editor and paste into an XML document. Also one can use the CR2V tool from Celinea. this is a DOS command tool that can convert JPG, PNG, GIF and BMP files into SVG and the luck here is that all SVG files are in Paths!
They are installed with the Adobe SVG Viewer. This is now at a number three version.
As one last note, if you are visiting these pages with IE this start page will look a little funny to you. In Mozilla, all of these boxes with borders are rounded at the corners and the color fuchse or #ff00ff looks a lot different, also IE 5X doesn't support margin-left:auto; or margin-right:auto; in CSS styling, thus everything is drifted left.
For you Netscapers with 4X, and I was one myself. Sorry; but as this site is for Mozilla and the fact that NS 4X has very low CSS support, plus it doesn't render iframes which is just one of the structures being used here. I will not be spending much time on formatting the HTML for you.