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Sanitize SVGs in WordPress

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So my plugin Safe SVG has just been accepted into the WordPress plugin directory. Whilst mainly a proof of concept, I’m hoping that this plugin will help convince the core team that SVGs, with the right sanitization should become part of core. My major argument for allowing SVGs in core with sanitization is that there are currently 128 other SVG upload plugins in the plugin directory...

Safe SVG for WordPress

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After a lot of testing of svg-sanitizer I’ve finally decided to make a WordPress plugin for it. This is more of a PoC to show that it can be done.
Once installed, the plugin will hook into the uploads and automatically sanitize any SVGs that you upload.
I’ll update this post when it’s on the WordPress directory but for now, here’s the download:
Click here to download

SVG Sanitization

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A couple of days ago I was browsing through the WordPress core Trac looking for something to get involved in and stumbled upon the following issue:  The lack of ability to upload SVGs into WordPress has always been a slight annoyance to me so I decided to see what I could do about it. After reading through the thread, I realised that what PHP was really missing, was a decent SVG sanitizer. I read...

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