I'm trying to solve an illustrator issue. Hopefully the images below along with the description under the image explains the problem. Sorry, it took these many images to explain the problem but wanted to make it as clear as I possibility could.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi Dan, essentially you will need to ensure the borders of the path are within the borders of the image.
Not too sure about how you do this within Adobe Illustrator but I can do it pretty easily in InkScape so if Illustrator has a similar option you can use the technique below. Otherwise use InkScape to do this (it is free).
I have also added images to demonstrate.
Once you have imported your image add your paths to the image:
You will notice that there is a border representing the paths (the black arrows).
When you are happy with the layout of your paths, make them thicker by increasing the width making sure the whole image is covered:
Now you have the whole image covered, you can make the path boarder fit the image boarder by using the arrows. You may need to lower the opacity to about 20% or so at this stage to make sure the whole image is covered with a path including the border:
You can now save your SVG file. If you look at the image below, you can see the Difference between the two.
This only took me about 3 minutes to complete and with a bit more work I could ensure the paths are perfectly aligned: