Jakub Kliszczak

@jakubkliszczak

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Can't make svg's work on my website. Any tips?
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Yea, that might be the way. I was going for .svg to get better quality and a lighter file but that seemingly won't work "p

Can't make svg's work on my website. Any tips?
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Did just that (as I run out of ideas). And AJ has already responded "Ah, looks like this SVG has encoded data (in this case encoded PNG data). Afraid we don't support SVGs that do this due to the potential security threat they can pose." So,.svg made of other images won't work with Carrd.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Ah, there you go! You could also have them all embedded and load them next to each other. But one big PNG is probably good enough.

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Yea, that might be the way. I was going for .svg to get better quality and a lighter file but that seemingly won't work "p

Can't make svg's work on my website. Any tips?
Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Not really. I guess Carrd adds it once I add the image. Still, the working .svg contains the same looking URL/directory.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Odd. Then yeah, it might just be Carrd not working with these "nested" SVG images. Maybe you could open a support ticket with them.

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Did just that (as I run out of ideas). And AJ has already responded "Ah, looks like this SVG has encoded data (in this case encoded PNG data). Afraid we don't support SVGs that do this due to the potential security threat they can pose." So,.svg made of other images won't work with Carrd.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Ah, there you go! You could also have them all embedded and load them next to each other. But one big PNG is probably good enough.

Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Yea, that might be the way. I was going for .svg to get better quality and a lighter file but that seemingly won't work "p

Can't make svg's work on my website. Any tips?
Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Yea sure, twoxfootball.com contains the "news from" image in .png which works fine. Contrary, txf2.carrd.co/ has "news from" image in .svg and it doesn't show up.

@marc pointed out earlier that the image seems to be missing like Carrd shows it being uploaded but doesn't do it for real.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Yeah, it looks like the SVG URL is 404ing. I see that there is a ?v= query at the end, do you control that? If so, I wonder if it's pointing to an old (or non-existent) version.

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Not really. I guess Carrd adds it once I add the image. Still, the working .svg contains the same looking URL/directory.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Odd. Then yeah, it might just be Carrd not working with these "nested" SVG images. Maybe you could open a support ticket with them.

Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Did just that (as I run out of ideas). And AJ has already responded "Ah, looks like this SVG has encoded data (in this case encoded PNG data). Afraid we don't support SVGs that do this due to the potential security threat they can pose." So,.svg made of other images won't work with Carrd.

Hi! 👋 I'm Joe Masilotti, an independent developer who's passionate about clean, testable code. I'm making social images easier to create for bloggers.

Ah, there you go! You could also have them all embedded and load them next to each other. But one big PNG is probably good enough.

Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Yea, that might be the way. I was going for .svg to get better quality and a lighter file but that seemingly won't work "p

Can't make svg's work on my website. Any tips?
Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

Hmm, actually it seems like Carrd doesn't accept .svg's with images in it. The logo is just text and works fine. Yet, the "news from" section is made of various graphics which seems to cause trouble.

Roast my football newsletter (landing page) - TwoxFootball.com
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Thanks for the feedback Noah 🙌

Yea, totally forgot about it. Now it should be loading quicker. Different format, smaller size.

Roast landing page for new website directory
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You're welcome, Noah 🙌
All the best with your project!

Roast landing page for new website directory
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Hey Noah,

Awesome idea, in fact, I remember having it in the past 😅

I'd think about your main value proposition - it the "Largest list" the biggest benefit? Or rather finding a perfect course for your needs? (No matter why you're here, you'll 100% find the right course)

You also mention three different use cases in your subheading. Maybe it's worth addressing each of these use-cases below the fold?

Limitless Iterating Machine

Great, thanks for tip on focusing on the value proposition to get the message across. I'll add that to the page.

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You're welcome, Noah 🙌
All the best with your project!

Do you use a SEO analysis tool for your project?
Working on TwoxFootball.com - all you need to know about football in a brief 2-times-a-week newsletter. At day, Marketing Specialist @ Channels.app

I personally use Ahrefs and if you want a tool for SEO-oriented content research, staying on top of your site's SEO health or sneaking on your competition's SEO than it's a great tool. Plus, it has an awesome community over Twitter, YT, and FB.