This is an alternate solution to the following issue:
Simple Solution for Image Compression and Retina Images
Besides the use case in the previous conversation, I’d also like to start transitioning to using SVGs for many of my images (for the many benefits). Since IE8 is the main browser that doesn’t support SVG, I predict as IE8 usage drops SVGs will gain in popularity.
Ideally, I’d just include it as straight code with Unbounce’s “Custom HTML” feature so it loads fast (fewer http requests) and allows me to apply CSS to the SVG (so I can change color without an image editor).
I get the desired result in the preview or published version of my page:
But the html doesn’t render when editing, making it hard to visually design the page:
I’m sure you have your reasons for not rendering these HTML blocks. But is there any way you can at least add an option to render the HTML?
There is plenty of room in the Customer HTML properties panel for this option. How about a little check box that says, “Render HTML”.