I want to use a SVG file as navigation map with multiple links to other confluence pages. I've integrate the SVG file by typing '!' and then selected the attachment (thanks to the tipps here in the community). Unfortunately the links in the SVG file don't work any more. When clicking on the SVG the preview is opened and here again the links don't work.
I also had the idea to link to the attachment address directly to prevent the preview mode. Unfortunately this automatically downloads the SVG file and a local copy is then displayed.
How can I display the SVG with working links without downloading it and without using additional plugins which I'm not allowed to install/use?
Any help is highly welcome,
there are two options under the conditions you mentioned which I'm aware of:
are you allowed to specify Custom HTML in your Confluence configuration?
The option I'm thinking of: if you add a script as Custom HTML which loops through the images on a page, checks whether they are a SVG and changes the img-tag to embed-tag... could be worth a try.
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