$sanitizeProvider – $sanitize – provider in module ngSanitize

Creates and configures $sanitize instance.


  • enableSvg([regexp]);

    Enables a subset of svg to be supported by the sanitizer.

    By enabling this setting without taking other precautions, you might expose your application to click-hijacking attacks. In these attacks, sanitized svg elements could be positioned outside of the containing element and be rendered over other elements on the page (e.g. a login link). Such behavior can then result in phishing incidents.

    To protect against these, explicitly setup overflow: hidden css rule for all potential svg tags within the sanitized content:

      .rootOfTheIncludedContent svg {
        overflow: hidden !important;

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