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Include an SVG image on a Confluence page.

I want to include an SVG image on a Confluence page but I'm not sure how to do it. Is it possible without having to convert it to raster? How do I do it?

8 answers

PUMP!

Can we please have thumbnails and directly embedded SVG graphics without the need to contact an admin to "restart" Confluence etc?!

I don't think this feature is "new" and "SVG" is as well not. So please Atlassian, move!

Otherwise Atlassian will become the Microsoft of SaaS counterpart ..

Don't besmirch Microsoft's "fine" name by comparing them to AtlassianAtlassian sets the standard for utter garbage software.

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Deleted user Jul 10, 2019

1) Attach .svg file to Confluence page
2) On the confluence page type '!' then select the attached SVG

3) It renders inline
4) Adjust the image size as needed (by default it is set to 0px)

Works well without any special permission or server restart. You can even delete the svg attachment after its rendered.

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What does "On the confluence page type '!'" mean? When I edit the page and type '!' I get an '!'.

Like Martin Gregory likes this

does not work for me in Confluence Cloud :<

Wooow! works fine for Confluence Server

Cloud: This (attach svg, insert image tag) used to work fine. The new editor breaks this.

As we are forced to start to use the new editor, we are discovering this now. Pages that have not changed for a few years, now get the improved editor with graphics that become unreadable after conversion.

confluence-new-editor-svgimages-incorrect.png

(Gah. I am sooooooo frustrated with it, software quality and business in the 2020's is sucking worse than ever </grumpyoldfart-rant> )

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Works for me! Thanks

Support for SVG is reported on the confluence issue tracker: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-1762

Vote it up if you are also waiting for this issue.

Is it possible to do this for an OnDemand instance too?

Like AndreyKupreychik likes this

This level of customization wouldn't be possible in an OnDemand instance, as per the Restricted Functions. The solution is only available for Confluence Server installations.

SVG should be supported in cloud instances... It's 2016!

I also request this. Architectural diagrams created externally should be embeddable in Confluence pages - on the Cloud hosted Atlassian - using the SVG format. That would be really useful.

Like Jim Parris likes this

Woah ... that is pretty lame ... maybe we could also limit images to BMP files of at most 12x12px?

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this issue is still there.

Why is it not possible, to fix this problem after years?

I can' t believe ...

Yeah, this is ridiculous ...

April, 2018 and counting ... !?!?

may now ... ;)

Why would Atlassian fix it if they can milk Confluence for all it is worth without fixing it?

Atlassian does not care about quality, they don't care about user experience, they know the people paying are not the people using it, so they don't care about the people using it.

June 2021 alike

As stated in the links above, you can patch Confluence to show an SVG by

  1. Add the line
    image/svg+xml svg svgz
    to the file
    /opt/confluence/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/classes/mime.types
  2. Restart Confluence
  3. attach the image using
    !&lt;Bildname&gt;

    in Confluence Editor

Unfortunately, to use the two smallest image size reduction buttons or setting a smaller size then 300px does not work with Confluence richtext editor because Confluence tries to create a thumnail on server side which is currently not supported for SVGs (and the Confluence server will return a empty, broken image).

The workaround is to use the free Confluence Source Editor, use button "<>" and set the size of teh SVG to whatever you want (which should be perfectly ok for vector graphics).

(see also https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/222794/serve-svg-inline-in-confluence)

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Just for completeness: You will be able to see SVG images performing the steps mentioned in the other comments on the page. However all links you may have in the SVG are not usable according to my experience. There are two ways to get this fixed:


1) Use the plugin svg-out

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/de.edrup.confluence.plugins.svg-out


2) Using Confluence native functions and a user macro

In case you want to use links and don't want to use the plugin mentioned here you can still to the following:

1) making a more or less empty user macro (unrendered)

## @noparams
 
$body

2) include that macro on a page

3) paste the the SVG in clear text from <svg> including </svg> into the macro body.

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Hi Bradley,

Could this page help you out? https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/display/CVP/How+to+install+SVG+conversion+support

Best regards,

Peter

You don't want conversion for this use.

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