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Using RH 18.104.22.1681
Using Internet Explorer 11
I've been asked by our Design team to replace the PNG logo I've been using in the Topic.slp file for some SVG code they've given me - basically, they've designed the logo in Illustrator, and exported it as SVG, and given me the inline code to use.
The resulting output works fine in Chrome, but when we test the site in IE, no content will appear in the topic frame. The logo appears okay - but somehow the SVG code is affecting the topic frame, and it just remains blank. I do have examples of SVG images in other topics, and they display just fine, otherwise. It's only when I try to use that code in the topic.slp file, that there's an issue.
Furthermore, when we click through the Table of Contents (which appears to display okay), it'll refresh itself, as if we've started again. Sometimes I do see the topic content flash into the entire IE window, but within a fraction of a second it has disappeared.
I've tried exporting my own SVG code from Illustrator, but it doesn't make a difference, so I'm satisfied there's nothing wrong with that code. I've also tried editing the output index.htm files, adding the SVG code directly to them, but I get the same issue. Perhaps it's an IE/Windows security issue, and nothing to do with RH?
If you try it in a few other browsers and they all work, then I would suspect IE is your problem.
Ha ha, yes, it works in Chrome, Firefox. I'd suspected it was an IE-specific issue.
As it happens, the workaround was to call the SVG file externally, from the template, instead of embedding the actual SVG definition in the template.
I'm not satisfied that this is a solution, because it doesn't explain why embedding the SVG doesn't work for IE. However, the end result does what I need it to.
I don't think RoboHelp has ever supported images in SVG format so maybe the external link is a workaround that can be used just in this scenario. In the past I have simply used SVGs by generating the required format from them. Perhaps that would work here?
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information