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# Assets

Sometimes you want to link to assets (e.g. docx files, images...) directly from Markdown files, and it is convenient to co-locate the asset next to the Markdown file using it.

Vamos imaginar a seguinte estrutura de arquivo:

/website/docs/myFeature.mdx

# Some assets you want to use
/website/docs/assets/docusaurus-asset-example-banner.png
/website/docs/assets/docusaurus-asset-example.docx

## Imagens​

You can display images in three different ways: Markdown syntax, CJS require, or ES imports syntax.

Display images using simple Markdown syntax:

![Example banner](./assets/docusaurus-asset-example-banner.png)

All of the above result in displaying the image:

http://localhost:3000

note

Se você estiver usando @docusaurus/plugin-ideal-image, você precisa usar o componente de imagem dedicado, conforme documentado.

## Arquivos​

In the same way, you can link to existing assets by require'ing them and using the returned URL in videos, a anchor links, etc.

# My Markdown page

or

http://localhost:3000
Markdown links are always file paths

If you use the Markdown image or link syntax, all asset paths will be resolved as file paths by Docusaurus and automatically converted to require() calls. You don't need to use require() in Markdown unless you use the JSX syntax, which you do have to handle yourself.

## SVGs inline​

O Docusaurus suporta SVGs inline.

import DocusaurusSvg from './docusaurus.svg';

<DocusaurusSvg />;
http://localhost:3000

This can be useful if you want to alter the part of the SVG image via CSS. Por exemplo, você pode alterar uma das cores de SVG com base no tema atual.

import DocusaurusSvg from './docusaurus.svg';

<DocusaurusSvg className="themedDocusaurus" />;
[data-theme='light'] .themedDocusaurus [fill='#FFFF50'] {
fill: greenyellow;
}

[data-theme='dark'] .themedDocusaurus [fill='#FFFF50'] {
fill: seagreen;
}
http://localhost:3000

## Imagens com tema​

Docusaurus supports themed images: the ThemedImage component (included in the themes) allows you to switch the image source based on the current theme.

import ThemedImage from '@theme/ThemedImage';

<ThemedImage
alt="Docusaurus themed image"
sources={{
light: useBaseUrl('/img/docusaurus_light.svg'),
dark: useBaseUrl('/img/docusaurus_dark.svg'),
}}
/>;
http://localhost:3000

### GitHub-style themed images​

GitHub uses its own image theming approach with path fragments, which you can easily implement yourself.

To toggle the visibility of an image using the path fragment (for GitHub, it's #gh-dark-mode-only and #gh-light-mode-only), add the following to your custom CSS (you can also use your own suffix if you don't want to be coupled to GitHub):

src/css/custom.css
[data-theme='light'] img[src$='#gh-dark-mode-only'], [data-theme='dark'] img[src$='#gh-light-mode-only'] {
display: none;
}
![Docusaurus themed image](/img/docusaurus_keytar.svg#gh-light-mode-only)![Docusaurus themed image](/img/docusaurus_speed.svg#gh-dark-mode-only)
http://localhost:3000

## Static assets​

If a Markdown link or image has an absolute path, the path will be seen as a file path and will be resolved from the static directories. For example, if you have configured static directories to be ['public', 'static'], then for the following image:

my-doc.md
![An image from the static](/img/docusaurus.png)

Docusaurus will try to look for it in both static/img/docusaurus.png and public/img/docusaurus.png. The link will then be converted to a require() call instead of staying as a URL. This is desirable in two regards:

1. You don't have to worry about the base URL, which Docusaurus will take care of when serving the asset;
2. The image enters Webpack's build pipeline and its name will be appended by a hash, which enables browsers to aggressively cache the image and improves your site's performance.

If you intend to write URLs, you can use the pathname:// protocol to disable automatic asset linking.

![banner](pathname:///img/docusaurus-asset-example-banner.png)

This link will be generated as <img src="/img/docusaurus-asset-example-banner.png" alt="banner" />, without any processing or file existence checking.