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  • That’s an indispensable plugin when you’re a dev (or just preparing your website)!
    It’s not bloated at all, no annoying popups and/or pushing of any premium feature, it feels great using this plugin, thanks alot for this <3

    However, I would like to be able to load some plugins on the maintenance page, like svg-support in my usecase, because I had some SVG files with links in them, and I only was able to load them as img tags (which is normal, given the text parsing features of wordpress, but it makes the links in the svg files useless), and the svg plugin wasn’t able to load them as inline svg, I suppose this might be because the others wordpress plugins are not enabled in that “special” page?

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  • Hi there,

    I’m the developer of SVG Support. I picked up on the plugin name getting tagged 🙂

    That would be a cool feature to see, allowing to choose plugins you’d like to allow to run on the maintenance page. I imagine some people could design their entire maintenance page using a single SVG with the content and links in it, which would require the SVG to be rendered inline, which my plugin SVG Support can do.

    Let me know if I can help in any way to make this happen.

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    Hi, thank you for your kind words.

    In order to keep things simple, we don’t let other plugins “mess” with our page. That way we have full control over it.

    Well okay, that’s your approach and I understand why you don’t allow other plugins to be loaded in your page, so, can you do something about inline SVG support with your plugin? I think it could be a huge benefit. As I’m speaking, I used invisible <a> tags to have links over my svg file, that’s a bit unsteady and feels clunky (however it works well whatever resolution you’re on, thanks to some CSS quirks!).

    If you want to see it in action, it’s on https://aperibrive.fr/ (the maintenance page will be on it until 12/1/2020)

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    I’ll see what we can do without complicating things 👍

    I guess this is the part where you could allow (even exclusively, so as not to allow any other plugins) my plugin’s script to run to enhance the options of your plugin.

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