> On 07.06.2023 19:57, Ihor Radchenko wrote:
> [...]
> I understand why you prefer the <img> tag over the <object> tag.
>> Finally, I can see that there are ways to use CSS on img+svg:
> I failed to make the flower example work with the information on this 
> site.

I am not expert in html. Maybe someone else (Timothy?) can chime in.

That said, I do not see why we cannot offer <object> strategy as an
option regardless whether is can solve the problem with CSS.

> ;; For each SVG image during HTML export:
> ;; 1. It checks `svg-as-object' and "image in-lining" whether to
> ;;    embed the SVG image in an <object> tag.
> ;; 2. If not, it checks `svg-inclusion' and "image in-lining"
> ;;    whether to copy the SVG contents to the HTML output.
> ;; 3. If not, it falls back to checking "image in-lining" whether to
> ;;    embed the SVG image in an <img> tag (as any other image type).
> ;; 4. It is possible to set `svg-as-object' and/or `svg-inclusion':
> ;;    - For each SVG link by means of "#+ATTR_HTML: :svg-as-object t"
> ;;      or "#+ATTR_HTML: :svg-inclusion t".
> ;;    - Within file scope by means of "#+OPTIONS: svg-as-object:t" or
> ;;      "#+OPTIONS: svg-inclusion:t".
> ;;    - Within toplevel scope by means of the options
> ;;      `org-html-svg-as-object' or `org-html-svg-inclusion'.

I think you missed `org-html-inline-image-rules' where users can
include/exclude svg images from inlining.

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