Sitefinity CMS enables you to upload SVG images on your site and thus, benefit from vector images quality, scalability, XML-based editable format, and resolution independence.
You can upload, store, utilize, and publish SVG images using the Images module.
When working with SVG images, consider the following:
To be able to upload and work with SVG images in Sitefinity CMS, perform the following:
When creating an MVC or WebForms form in Sitefinity CMS, you need to explicitly enable SVG image uploads. To do this, for each form you create:
Some of the properties of SVG images are read-only. For example, SVG images do not generate and store different sizes of thumbnail but just scale to the default size you set in the Image or Image gallery widget.
Refer to the following table:
If your SVG files are not uploaded appropriately, for instance a blank image is uploaded, you can configure the sanitizer to process SVG and other media files:
IMPORTANT:We do not recommend disabling the SVG sanitizer as this may result in breaches to the system.
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