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In this video we see how to configure Joomla 4 to allow uploading and previewing of SVG images in the media manager.

 

 - Title: "Upload and Preview SVG Images in Joomla 4 - 🛠 MM #242 - YouTube"
- Presenter: Tim Davis
- Sponsored by: mysites.guru
- Tutorial about configuring Joomla 4 to upload and preview SVG files.
- SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is an XML-based vector image format.
- Advantages of using SVG files: smaller, crisper, better for page load speed and search engine optimization.
- Demonstrates a comparison of file sizes and image quality between JPEG, PNG, and SVG files.
- Explains the process to enable SVG file uploads in Joomla 4 Media Manager.
- A plugin by Nick from Akiba allows previewing SVG files before inserting them into Joomla pages.
- The plugin is available on GitHub for download and installation.
- Once installed and enabled, users can upload and preview SVG files in Joomla 4.

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