It sounds like it _might_ be a mimetype problem. Have a look at this website
which has a tool to check the mimetype you're sending for your SVG file, and
instructions on how to add it to your server if it's missing:
"The Greys" - a humourous sci-fi webcomic
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 4:13 PM, john Culleton <john@...> wrote:
> I created a test document with a single link to my web page
> wexfordpress.com. I saved it as drawing.svg. Locally when I address
> drawing.svg in firefox I get the page with the link on it. The link
> works (yay!).
> But when I stored it on my other website, wexfordpress.net,
> in the folder /var/www/html where my other web pages go, it doesn't
> work correctly. Instead I get a display of the internal svg code.
> When I tried to put it in the root directory of wexfordpress.net
> Firefox can't find it at all.
> I suspect my web host doesn't support svg in any manner.
> Has anyone here successfully mounted an svg page on a remote web host?
> If so, what was the host?