HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvg property

Specifies whether SVG resources should be embedded into Html document. Default value is true.

public bool ExportEmbeddedSvg { get; set; }


Shows how to determine where to store SVG objects when exporting a document to Html.

Document doc = new Document(MyDir + "Images.docx");

// When we export a document with SVG objects to .html,
// Aspose.Words can place these objects in two possible locations.
// Setting the "ExportEmbeddedSvg" flag to "true" will embed all SVG object raw data
// within the output HTML, inside <image> tags.
// Setting this flag to "false" will create a file in the local file system for each SVG object.
// The HTML will link to each file using the "data" attribute of an <object> tag.
HtmlFixedSaveOptions htmlFixedSaveOptions = new HtmlFixedSaveOptions
    ExportEmbeddedSvg = exportSvgs

doc.Save(ArtifactsDir + "HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvgs.html", htmlFixedSaveOptions);

string outDocContents = File.ReadAllText(ArtifactsDir + "HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvgs.html");

if (exportSvgs)
    Assert.False(File.Exists(ArtifactsDir + "HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvgs/svg001.svg"));
        "<image id=\"image004\" xlink:href=.+/>").Success);
    Assert.True(File.Exists(ArtifactsDir + "HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvgs/svg001.svg"));
        "<object type=\"image/svg[+]xml\" data=\"HtmlFixedSaveOptions.ExportEmbeddedSvgs/svg001[.]svg\"></object>").Success);

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