The SVG tag renders inline SVGs and lets you easily set attributes on the <svg> element.


Working with inline SVGs gives you the ability to cache them along with your markup and style them with CSS. It’s one of the best reasons to work with SVG images.

To make dev life easier, this tag collapses whitespace automatically and can set attributes like class or height/width for you. It looks in resources and public automatically to keep your src parameter nice and short, like a summer haircut.


// Using resources/svg/circle.svg
{{ svg src="circle" class="fill-current text-teal" }}

// Using public/img/icons/square
{{ svg src="img/icons/square" class="fill-current text-mint" }}
<svg class="fill-current text-teal" viewBox="0 0 100 100" xmlns="">
  <circle cx="50" cy="50" r="50"/>

<svg class="fill-current text-mint" viewBox="0 0 220 100" xmlns="">
  <rect width="100" height="100" />

Additional Reading


src string

The svg filename relative to root. The .svg extension is optional. Intelligently looks through (in this order):

  • resources/svg
  • resources
  • public/svg
  • public

* string

Any additional parameter will be set as attributes on the <svg> element. For example class="fill-current" will set <svg class="fill-current" ...>.

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