Svg Sprite Symbol Not Working. The sprite works in jsfilddle and it works if i just load the svg on it's own and include a < use > statement in the svg. You don't necessarily need 'svg' in your static resource instead you can use a category sprite and choose appropriate icon as mentioned in above answer.
After starting up the dev server it throws the following error: Could you please tell me more about your setup? Craig.lebsack79 answered on june 27th 19 at 21:21.
Check Local Storage Has A Sprite And It If Does Load From There;
From what i can tell it seems like it's not using the clip path. (by the way, there is a comma missing in your above snippet, right after sprite : 1) since is a vector, then the icon of weighs the same regardless of size.
Svg Symbol A Good Choice For Icons;
Svg symbol a good choice for icons; <<strong>symbol</strong>> is an nested element of svg and allows us to define an icon without rendering it on screen. Craig.lebsack79 answered on june 27th 19 at 21:21.
Update Local Storage For Next Page View As Well As Update Sprite In Dom;
The last two files are the one in question. One thing you may need to do in order to reduce your svg file size is reduce the geometry of the icons. My svg file went from around 70k to about 40k.
Some Of The Logos Are Not Rendered In This Page:
I'm not sure how you have created your file, and why it doesn't work like that. So there must be something wrong about your setup. This may be a matter of unifying, subtracting, creating outlines of items.
You Don't Necessarily Need 'Svg' In Your Static Resource Instead You Can Use A Category Sprite And Choose Appropriate Icon As Mentioned In Above Answer.
Could you please tell me more about your setup? The viewbox attribute will be ignored, whether it is on the external <<strong>symbol</strong>> or <<strong>svg</strong>> element. As with the technique, ie.