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First of all please forgive my lack of experience in illustrator, I've just started out and am therefore a complete novice in design.

I've just created my logo, saved and exported it as an SVG. It appears how I want it in Illustrator with just colour fills and no strokes, but in the browser a light stroke colour is being applied to each path. I used the live paint bucket tool to fill in the different shapes with different shades. Anyone know what I've done wrong here?

Logo with unwanted stroke colour

marked as duplicate by joojaa, Westside, Wrzlprmft, Cai, Vincent Mar 9 '17 at 13:24

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Can you post the svg code exported from Illustrator? Most of the time you'll see something along the lines of .st0{fill:none;stroke:#BD4931;stroke-width:4;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:10;} or similar.

If you delete the stroke:#______ and stroke-width:_, no strokes or outlines will appear.

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