Following @MarkHunte & @Photics lead here is a "Heart" & an "Ornament" shape:
Heart.hypesymbol.zip (15.8 KB)
Ornament-Leaf.hypesymbol.zip (16.0 KB)
Note: Enlarging - shrinking - distorting these shapes will pixelate in the Hype animation pane - but will render correctly in a browser. Fill (color) ~Stroke (color, thickness) adjustments will need to be done in the innerHTML script for that shape (inside the symbol) - the symbol is only a convenience for transport. The actual element (such as a rectangle) that contains the SVG code can be copied from the symbol and pasted separately.
I realize this not the way to set up an official "Hype Shape Commons" - but I want to test to make sure this is useable by others. I am imagining something like the "Hype Document Extensions".
In the interest of efficiency one Hype document might hold symbols of a similar style - and people could keep adding related symbol styles to that document; then simply open and pluck the desired symbol(s) for use in your project. This document "category" in the thread would have a screenshot of the contents, updated as added to, so it would be easy to see at a glance if that shape collection was of interest to the viewer.
I have a "mother load" of Illustrator symbols courtesy of Adobe's early years (when customers were more important than stock price)... i.e. the "Adobe Collectors Edition Disk 1 & 2" circa 1988. I could post these Illustrator documents to farm out for other Illustrator owners to switch to SVG. It is not difficult - just time consuming.