How do I link an external SVG?

HTML SVG Embedding external SVG files in HTML

  1. Example# You can use the <img> or <object> elements to embed external SVG elements. …
  2. Using the image element. <img src=”attention.svg” width=”50″ height=”50″> …
  3. Using the object element. <object type=”image/svg+xml” data=”attention.svg” width=”50″ height=”50″>

The easiest (and probably most correct) way of doing this is to simply put your SVG file as src in an <img> tag as if it were any other format. Keep in mind that this might not work in some older browsers (this is the problem is general with SVG, not just with using it in an img tag).

How do I reference an SVG?

To embed an SVG via an <img> element, you just need to reference it in the src attribute as you’d expect. You will need a height or a width attribute (or both if your SVG has no inherent aspect ratio).

How do I change the color of an SVG?

Edit your SVG file, add fill=”currentColor” to svg tag and make sure to remove any other fill property from the file. Note that currentColor is a keyword (not a fixed color in use). After that, you can change the color using CSS, by setting the color property of the element or from it’s parent.

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Why is SVG not showing up?

If you are trying to use SVG like <img src=”image. svg”> or as a CSS background-image , and the file is linked to correctly and everything seems right, but the browser isn’t displaying it, it might be because your server is serving it with an incorrect content-type.

Is SVG an XML?

SVG is an application of XML and is compatible with the Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Recommendation [XML10]

How do I convert SVG to PNG?

Navigate to an . svg file, right click on it and click on the context menu item ‘Save SVG as PNG. Lets you click on the extension icon or right click on an . svg file and choose Save SVG as PNG.

Can I use SVG fill?

You can also apply the fill to the use, path, symbol, circle, rect, etc, but hitting the svg just kinda covers it all (which is nice for simple one-color use cases).

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