This plugin serves one simple purpose: to add support for uploading SVG files in the WordPress Media Library.
WordPress 4.7 introduced changes to the file validation process for images. While this generally makes image uploads more secure, it breaks existing plugins that made SVG uploads available.
This is because the SVG format uses the MIME type “image/svg+xml”, and WordPress 4.7 uses a pair of core PHP functions for validating any file that has an “image/” MIME type, but those functions don’t handle SVG.
This plugin detects whether the uploaded file is an SVG and, if so, replaces the new WordPress image validation with checks that 1) the uploaded file is valid XML, and 2) it contains certain required text strings expected in an SVG file. Please note: For performance reasons, this is not a strict SVG validator, and does not provide complete protection from possible SVG security exploits.
Do not use this plugin if you are concerned about SVG as a possible security risk. This plugin is provided as-is with no warranty whatsoever.
Colaboradores e desenvolvedores
“Enable SVG” é um software com código aberto. As seguintes pessoas contribuíram para este plugin.Colaboradores
Registro de alterações
Removed FAQ that is no longer relevant. (Preview support was added in version 1.2.0.)
Fixed syntax in R34SVG::wp_get_attachment_metadata() that may trigger fatal “Uncaught Error: Cannot use string offset as an array” in some configurations.
Removed file_is_displayable_image() method because it is no longer needed and was causing false HTTP error messages on AJAX file uploads.
Added support for SVG previews in Media Library grid view.
Updated description and fixed an additional false negative validation issue.
Revised SVG validation criteria to resolve possible false negatives.