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  1. Hi, I created a logo in Affinity Designer and exported it as svg-file (SVG (digital - high quality) - 300 dpi). But when I insert it into my WordPress-Website (via Image Widget from Elementor) it gets displayed blurred (at least at the circle-lines on the left and right side). I asked the Elementor support and they answered that it seems the svg image has a set width height in it which might be causing the issue. But how can I export the svg-file without these set width and height? I am attaching a screenshot of the blurred logo and also a screenshot from my inspection with Chrome Dev. Tools (some parts are deleted from the code because the site is not online so far) Has anybody an idea what could solve my issue? Thanks very much in advance :-)
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