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I have saved my vector logo as .SVG file from adobe illustrator. But when i upload it on my website it is pixelated. The size of the logo which i want on my logo is (125px by 125px) but i am unable to get a crisp logo on pc screenl. But on mobile it is very crisp.

The image attached is the header of my website.

Website header

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    The logo looks pretty crisp to me. What is the problem? – Wolff Apr 27 '18 at 8:40
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    The problem is probably in resolution of your screen. change it and then see the logo. – SZCZERZO KŁY Apr 27 '18 at 9:30
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    Wordpress doesn't natively allow the upload of SVGs. Are you using a third-party plugin or did you edit your functions.php manually to allow uploading SVGs into the WP media library? – Manly Apr 27 '18 at 14:15
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WordPress can either be forced to accept SVG as a MIME type (undesirable approach - security issues) or a proper plugin can be used which both allows use of SVGs and sanitizes them - preventing code injection attacks and so on: one with a good reputation last time I was looking into this was Daryll Doyle’s SVG-Sanitizer.

Short of doing either of these, the SVG is being rasterized on the fly by WordPress upon initial upload, and so is easily pixelated based on in-browser scaling / zooming and other factors.

Also bear in mind that a pure vector SVG doesn't really have pixel dimensions - you can control the wrapper/container/div in which it's encased, and that can be sized per pixel or percentage, but a pure vector SVG graphic element is completely resolution independent and freely scalable - hence the S part of SVG.

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