WordPress now requires us to have the
<xml> tag in our SVG files before uploading. If you have security errors when trying to upload, please open your SVG file in a code editor such as sublime text and add the following to the very first line of your SVG file and save:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
Your SVG should upload as normal again. I’m looking at implementing something to avoid this as soon as possible.
Thanks for your support and patience!
When using SVG images on your WordPress site, it can be hard to style elements within the SVG using CSS. Now you can, easily!
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) are becoming common place in modern web design, allowing you to embed images with small file sizes that are scalable to any visual size without loss of quality.
This plugin not only provides SVG Support like the name says, it also allows you to easily embed your full SVG file’s code using a simple IMG tag.
I cannot imagine my logos in jpg or png anymore. thanks to svg support, my logos look perfect on every site i developed. kudos.