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As a result, just the green rectangle gets visible, since it is the targeted.
What happens if the element has 'xywh' as id? Would it be interpreted as URI or media fragment identifier?
Note: Media Fragments URI already noticed this conflict, and recommends that all specs harmonize with Media Fragment URI. Which is not the case for SVG till now . We might have a chance to correct it in SVG 2.0 but with lost of backwards compatibility. I saw at least a couple of examples that use 't' as id. On harmonizing, these elements could not be referenced by fragment identifier any more. In the meantime, this conflict exists for CSS3 images as well.