Author: Stasyuk Eugene 49 Tags: 14.12.2022

If we use php in development, then extracting the svg content from the image becomes as easy as shelling pears. To do this, we just need to have a path to the image.

In this case, the file_get_contents() function comes to our aid. You can read more about it here.

Approximately using this function would look like this:

<?php echo file_get_contents('/images/example.svg'); ?>

Here you need to pay attention to two points:

  • To display the content on the page, you need to use echo
  • We use the path to the image as an argument to the function

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