Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
Compatible with DokuWiki
This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.
The SVG plugin provides a variety of methods for embedding SVG images directly within your wiki pages.
For more information please see the project page at http://cvpcs.org/projects/web/dokuwiki-svg.
This module is designed to work under many different situations and installation environments. There are only a few true requirements for installation, and the rest are optional as they are purely used for feature enhancements.
It is recommended that PHP 5 or greater be used when running this plugin, however it should work with PHP 4.3.0 and up.
Plugin:svg utilizes various extensions to provide SVG format support and parsing. The following extensions are required in order for the svg plugin to work:
There are a few extensions that are optional and can provide additional functionality to the svg plugin. These extensions are:
This will be added shortly. For now here is a basic idea of the syntax:
<svgimage> <!-- insert svg code here (be sure to start with <?xml version="... etc.) --> </svgimage>
Please leave any comments you have about the plugin here.
when i install svg plugins, i can't do page=config , i obtain blank page.
when i deactivate svg plugin in page=plugin, i obtain a same blank page.
for normal operation in page=config, i need remove svg plugin from page=plugin
i use dokuwiki-2007-06-26b. and i am french, (sorry about my aproximative translation).
This has been fixed in the recent update.
There was a syntax error in my PHP that caused the script to die prematurely on the config page.
Sorry for the delay in this bugfix.
your plugin is conflict with another svg plugin: svgpureinsert
but i want use theses two plugin, one to insert svg file image (other plugin), and second to insert svg code in source page (your plugin).
i think is a conflict name.
i propose you to rename svg folder to svgcode