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  • Ammar. S
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    Hello There

    This is Ammar, it is definitely possible to use SVG logos with Avada, we have a very detailed article explaining this in details here => https://theme-fusion.com/documentation/avada/images/using-svg-in-avada/

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    Thanks

    -Ammar

    marklchaves
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    Thanks for the prompt reply, Ammar.

    Yes, I’m aware of your Using SVG in Avada article. Like all your documentation, it’s well written and clear. But, I don’t see how it’s possible to add a code block (as the article specifies) into the logo settings for Header 1 in the Avada Theme Options. Maybe I’m missing something? I’ve been spinning up and deploying Avada sites since 2015. It’s always possible I could be missing something 😉

    Anyway, I know for sure I can easily add a SVG logo files to my headers in Avada 5.9.1 through the logo options interface. Using Avada 6 today for the first time, I wasn’t able to (my uploaded SVG file wasn’t showing up as an option to select from). Again, maybe I’m missing something simple here–hopefully.

    I appreciate the reminder that I have active support. Ironically, I’ve deployed so many Avada sites for other people that I forgot I have support of my own lol. I’ll follow-up with a formal support ticket.

    Thanks again!

    tommytompkins
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    Hello,

    I am also aware of that article but for some reason I can’t get SVG files to display. It lets me upload the file, but it just displays blank. I confirmed that my SVG files have height and width properties in the code as described by your article but it still doesn’t work. Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Tommy

    giusan
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    Hi there,

    If anyone like me is still looking for a solution (I found this page first today, because I saw a tutorial by Theme Fusion saying I could use SVG logo in header but was unable to upload it, so looked for some help), here it is. I looked a little bit around and found the topic on WordPress.org (https://wordpress.org/support/topic/sorry-this-file-type-is-not-permitted-for-security-reasons-16/). You can read and understand the issue there. The solution (explicitly tried on Avada) is a bit of code you should add to functions.php sheet. I did it and it worked.
    The piece of code is this, but please go to page to understand by yourself:

    
    function fix_avada_mime_types($mime){
    	$mime['svg']='image/svg+xml';
    	return $mime;
    }
    add_filter('upload_mimes', 'fix_avada_mime_types', 99);
    

    Regards,

    Giuseppe

    giusan
    Participant
    Post count: 2

    Just to be complete, I dit it on a fresh install of Avada 6.2.2

    cardsolutionsbv
    Participant
    Post count: 1

    Same here. Really an annoying problem! How to fix this?

    Bueli
    Participant
    Post count: 1

    It didn’t word for me. So are there any other ideas?
    When will Avada have this fixed?

    AnkitDesigns
    Participant
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    This article helped me. I had to add the width and height of the vector to the actual file itself in an editor to get it to pull.

    https://theme-fusion.com/documentation/avada/images/using-svg-in-avada/

    gjelbrim
    Participant
    Post count: 1

    It worked, thanky you

    wakewa
    Participant
    Post count: 2

    I had the same problem and this wordpress extension did the trick for me
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/safe-svg/

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