I'm trying to figure out a way how to import my own vector SVG graphic to Canva.

I've tried numerous tutorials on creating SVG files from Adobe Illustrator, I've tried numerous Ai to SVG convertors, but when importing into Canva, I get the same old error .. sorry cannot ..

Is there a way to import SVG to Canva? Is it even possible?

Is there a set of particular settings for the SVG file?

  • Maybe this will help: support.canva.com/create-your-design/uploads/… – Joonas Jun 11 at 11:57
  • Thanks Joonas, done all my settings as per the help doc, but still getting the same error. – Joe Bloggs Jun 11 at 23:35
  • I would try to make a simple rectangle with a fill and see if that works. If it does, there's likely some issue you overlooked in your other svg files. If even that doesn't work, I'd contact an a support. – Joonas Jun 12 at 5:49
  • Hey Joonas, good idea, but still getting the same result unfortunately. The error says: We were unable to upload your file as it's either not compatible with Canva or corrupted. I'm trying to use the same settings from this tut: thenewcode.com/823/SVG-Export-Settings-For-Adobe-Illustrator – Joe Bloggs Jun 12 at 6:03
  • I have also tried 'Presentation Atributes' instead of 'Style Attributes' in the CSS properties settings. In fact I think I've probably tried it all. – Joe Bloggs Jun 12 at 6:05

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