I imported two layers to my Project (one is a shapefile from natural earth, the other is built out of lon/lat Points in a csv-data-file) QGIS fits the two graphics perfect together. Now my goal is to export this as an svg-file. This works fine, too.
Is there a way to store id-names for the paths and objects in the svg-file?
The ids should be based on the underlying attribute-tables of each layer. I have to do this automatically because of the amount of data-points. I read something about layer splitting. But I cannot even find the names of layers in my svg output file so I guess this will not help me. If there is no way to manipulate the svg directly, can it be done with a workaround? (I think about putting shapefiles with all informations together and transforming it to svg in another way?)
I am using QGIS 2.18.17 Las Palmas
I want to identify the polygons in the underlying svg data, like i have a polygon in my Image, and I open the svg-file with a text Editor, I want to have
<path id="USA"><\path>. I want to have the Information stored in the metadata of the vector-graphic, but I don't want to see the data in the picture. Afterwards I want to adjust the file to fit into html and therefore I have to be able to identify single parts of the picture.